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    Default Number of people viewing womens vs mens fragrance forums

    Any thoughts on why there's always around 5x more people viewing the mens forums then there are viewing the womens forums? There's many more women's fragrances, so it would make more sense to me the other way around.

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    Default Re: Number of people viewing womens vs mens fragrance forums

    This site was created in 2000 as a website to obtain information about men's fragrances. Although women participated, the Female Fragrance Discussion section wasn't added until 2004 and, if I recall correctly, that's when many more fragrances marketed to women were added to the directory.

    http://www.nstperfume.com/2005/10/17...grant-osborne/

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    Default Re: Number of people viewing womens vs mens fragrance forums

    Makes perfect sense. Thanks for the link! Fun to read... Great to realize that Grant wanted to fill the hole called "men's fragrances" on the web. And we can all see that he succeeded: bless him!
    Last edited by Cylob; 3rd April 2011 at 09:06 PM.

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