Most of us have a story to tell.
Sometimes it’s about love, or the lack of love, or strange love, or bad love, and sometimes not. Sometimes it’s about being different, being odd, the odd one out, or doing odd things, and sometimes not.
And sometimes it’s just speculation, some musings, some ponderings on what is and what might have been if your life had unfolded a different way from the way it has.
Yet other times it’s factual, an actual timeline, events from day one retold in chronological order with your very own voice and where nothing, absolutely nothing, not good and not bad, is left out or left to the imagination of the reader. A reality blog.
And then we have pure fiction. Maybe flash fiction, an event captured and retold in 300 words or less. Or paranormal fiction, where things we normally don’t see suddenly become part of our reality. And paranormal romance, where we fall in love with beings from another dimension - or beings of the night, who have been with us for thousands of years and subsist on human blood but who have escaped our notice, until now…
Whatever your story is, LoveMe is the place to share it. And sharing is simple, and its free (of course) - but you must know that anonymity is not an option on LoveMe. Our program does not enable blogging until you have posted a proper profile photo, a photo that features yourself in all your glory - and you are required to use either your real name or your pen name to identify yourself.
LoveMe is very very search engine friendly and designed to work hand in hand with them and their methods of information gathering.
If you use your real name for your profile, and if you post direct links to your Facebook, Twitter or Google+ profiles (for example), you are telling the search engines that “Yes, this is really me” and this is called authority and this will with time weigh quite heavily in a search engine’s decision on how exactly to display search results that might include yourself or something you have posted on LoveMe.
To share your story on LoveMe please follow these three simple steps:
1. Create a full profile to tell us who you are.
2. Post some nice profile photos to show us who you are.
3. Click My Blog to share your story with our community.
On behalf of the LoveMe community allow me to extend you a warm welcome and to say on behalf of all of us that we very much look forward to reading your story.
PS. In reading our stories on LoveMe and while browsing our photos you will have noticed that we do not use explicit or vulgar vocabulary, that we are invariably curteous in all posts and communication, and that we do not post photos of ourselves or someone else that might be considered indecent.
For visual guidelines on photos, please look to Facebook. If it’s OK there, it’s most likely OK here too.
For verbal guidelines - and because we are indeed a very very liberal site - it’s not so much what you say but how you say it.