Heated Affairs calls itself the world's largest cheating site-a bold statement for a site whose traffic is only a tenth of that of Ashley Madison. However, a tenth of ten million is a pretty deep pool of potential partners, so we're not ready to start making fun of them just yet. In fact, these attendance statistics make me want to know more about who needs PornDude's penis. If it's your wife, it's nothing personal.
If you're reading this review, you'll understand me. It's kind of hard to claim innocence when you're researching information on HeatedAffairs.com, a dating site for cheating spouses. The site has been around in one form or another for some time, its domain was registered in 2013, and the copyright dates back to 1996. It caught my attention because in the last few months the number of hits has increased significantly, almost four times since the beginning of the year. The more the merrier for this site, so let's see how those visitor numbers translate into sex opportunities.
People who want to have hot relationships.
Dating and friendship sites don't like to show you anything before you sign up, but what is. Because as a webmaster myself, I understand this issue. By registering, you are more likely to interact with the site and pay for its premium services. However, I always wonder how many potential users we lose by offering little or nothing but the beginning of a registration form.
The landing page for The Glowing Classroom is typical low-information content for this type of site. Aside from the name of the world's largest scam site, there are a few bullet points listing the benefits. Searching for friendships, romances and flings; flirting, chatting and viewing photos and videos of sexy users; dating advice from married people, etc.
The only really useful information is the number of their members listed at the front. It's not much data to work with, but it's a big, impressive number that suggests ample opportunity for weird results tonight. As of this writing, HeatedAffairs has about 50 million users. That's significantly more than the population of the entire state of California, so hopefully some of them are in my area.
Most of the text on the home page is a small footer, not necessarily intended to be read by most visitors. There is a date of authorship and operator's address, and a note that no member's criminal record check has been done, but no one else has. Interestingly, there is a statement that "the person in the picture may not be a real member." The rest of the data is just for illustrative purposes." I hope you are referring to the photo of the man with his arms around the waist of the woman being used as a background. Some of them were small.I noticed a really gorgeous MILF from my town on this one page I viewed and clicked on her pretty face. Instead of viewing her profile, I was sent to a signup page on HeatedAffairs.com.
But how could I flirt today.
As a free member, I could theoretically view profiles and message users who paid extra for standard contacts. Unfortunately, free users don't have the ability to search for such members. The Standard Contacts feature costs $25 a month in addition to the regular membership price, but I don't think it's worth it.
A regular month with full access to all profiles, videos and photos costs $40 a month, which is pretty expensive. Even an annual membership fee of $20 a month might be worth it. As you can see, I think a lot depends on where you live and what you're looking for, so I'd recommend at least registering for free to see how many women are registered in your area.
It's a hell of a specific demographic, but Heated Affairs actually goes around corners.