“Women today get recommendations about everything in their lives…
and yet we don’t get recommendations for something as important as relationships and dates,” she said.
To make the most of the site you should add a picture of yourself, tell people what you like and dislike and write a little bit about what you are looking for.
All of our members live in or around the UK & are looking for love.
Cofounded in 2013 by Alexandra Chong and Alison Schwartz, Lulu is a private social network that gives women the opportunity to rate the men they date, recommend date-worthy guys and share personal experiences with millions of other like-minded women.“We saw that there was a real appetite from guys to kind of get analytics about what women were saying about them,” Singer said. Just like you would use Google Analytics on your website to improve it, this is kind of Google Analytics for guys.” Unlike sites like Yelp or Trip Advisor, Lulu does not allow women to write open comments in their reviews.Women are given multiple choice options when reviewing the men and other women can agree or disagree with the review, which Singer said promotes a positive atmosphere but also keeps the reviews from being unnecessarily mean. We know that this is a sensitive and provocative thing to be doing, and we want to do it in a thoughtful way and in a constructive way,” she said.In 2013, that vision became a reality in the form of Lulu, a space where women can feel safe when discussing their love lives.Director of Marketing Deborah Singer said it’s been a long time coming for an app like this in the industry, especially with recommendations being so popular in other aspects of life.