Manila, Philippines, October 11, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- How often do online searchers find a site that makes them feel that it was specifically created and designed for them? This means that if the searcher is a business person, the site that he would be looking for would be one that talks about business and anything related and important to business. While the online world offers a plethora of websites intended for different users, many of such sites are nothing but a series of disconnected pages that don’t really “speak” to the searcher.
Truth is, many online searchers get frustrated when they are not able to see what they are looking for in a website that promises the world.
But not with Proud'nPride. The site is designed to “speak” and “talk” to the site’s intended users or audience – lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgenders, including those friendly with them. It offers a platform where the LGBTs can have a free-wheeling discussion on just about anything that concerns the community. It is not a site that hopes to boost sales or increase traffic to the offline site, but it’s a place where LGBTs feel free and unafraid to talk about timely issues and concerns of the LGBT communities around the world. No fear of judgment; only acceptance and understanding.
Proud'nPride is the fastest and easiest way for LGBTs to connect with like-minded individuals who share a commonality – unequivocal pride in being gay. While other gay sites tend to be marked with some level of indecency, Proud'nPride has been successful in eliminating such element and replacing it with more wholesome interests and easy-to-relate to information and issues.
Launched on October 10, 2014, Proud'nPride has given birth to a new generation of LGBT-oriented online site where more than the trivial stuff, importance is given to relevant matters concerning the LGBTs.
But is Proud'nPride all issues and talk?
Not at all. The site, like other regular sites also allocate adequate space or spots for business listings, banner advertising, covering events, and spots for advertisers for their promotional offers – an indication that the site caters to LGBTs and anyone who’s friendly with the community.
For more information about Proud'nPride, you may visit http://www.proudnpride.com