GirlsAskGuys

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GirlsAskGuys
Type Private
Founded St Louis, Missouri
(June, 2007)
Founder(s) Tolga Tanriseven
Website www.girlsaskguys.com

Girls Ask Guys.com is a social community website focusing on love, sex and relationships. The website offers both anonymous users, as well as its members tools to ask questions, share their opinions and experiences to help the opposite sex. Contrary to the name, the website hosts questions asked by males as well. The domain www.guysaskgirls.com also redirects to this website, which was launched in June 2007 and has since been funded privately.[1] In September 2013 the company raised $1 Million in its first funding round.[2] Membership to GirlsAskGuys is free. Upon subscription and through site participation members earn points, which later can be redeemed for gift certificates or other exclusive features.[3] Points also allow members to advance levels, which is an indicator of member activity.

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Main site functionalities include asking, answering and commenting on questions, writing stories, and collaborating with other site members. All content on GirlsAskGuys is moderated by site administrators along with select moderator members to keep the content informative as well as entertaining. Offensive, explicit and other inappropriate content, as well as users, are removed promptly; they also provide tools to report such content and users.

Since its inception, GirlsAskGuys has been featured on several outlets including Huffington Post,[4] Business Journal,[5] Killerstartups,[6] Crunchbase,[7] Mashable,[8] KSDK,[9] and St. Louis Post-Dispatch.[10]

In 2011, GirlsAskGuys.com's Turkish version KizlarSoruyor.com was launched.,[11][12]

In March 2014, GirlAskGuys launched Spanish version EllasSaben.com.[13][14]

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