Meet Positives Announces Release Of Version 3.0

August 13, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Meet Positives is excited to announce the launch of a new version of MeetPositives.com, dubbed Version 3.0. Aside from a few downtimes during the website’s server migration between August 13-14, members and new users should experience more flexibility in their search for positive relationships online.

With the release of Version 3.0, web and app users alike will benefit from a host of new updates that include more relevant match results in searches, greater usability, new security features, safer browsing, and so on. Meet Positives CEO Jack Lombardi says, “Version 3.0 has been in the works for some time. We’ve pushed ourselves to pack in every upgrade we can think of and even laid the groundwork for more in the future. Without going into excruciating detail, this is what you have to know: Keep using the Meet Positives platform like you always have. In practice, you may not notice any overt changes unless you have a truly discerning eye, but we’ve been hard at work to make things run smoother behind the scenes.”

He continues, “Everything you’re used to doing should work just the same on the surface. Keep searching for relationships, friendships, and helpful acquaintances. They’re all still out there waiting to make that special connection just like you. Version 3.0 makes it simpler for you to get in touch with other positive singles looking for the same things you are—and protects you better while you do so. In addition to this, we’ve taken our members’ suggestions and combined them with our own analysis of the system to make a few distinct tweaks. This should mean it now takes fewer clicks for you to find what, or who, you’re looking for.”

MeetPositives.com is a website for people with herpes and other STDs that allows people to make communities in which they feel at home discussing their positive status and the quirks of life that accompany it. As the website states, “Sexually transmitted infections are some of the most hidden epidemics and in the US. According to the CDC, there are 20 million new viral infections every year. The most common STI/STDs in the US are Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Hepatitis B, Genital Herpes, HIV, Syphilis, Trichomoniasis and Human Papillomavirus (HPV).” That is millions of people who, each year, discover they need a place to meet and exchange ideas without the fear of judgement or ridicule. Meet Positives’ website and app seeks to fill that role.

Notably, the platform’s creators understands that simply having the app on a person’s phone can make it more difficult for them to keep this personal part of their lives private. To account for this, Meet Positives has ensured that their website is accessible from any internet-capable device. There is no need for positive individuals to keep a potentially revealing app permanently stored on their device of choice. They say, “Meet Positives understands what it’s like to have a secret. So why would we want you to download an app so that others might see it? We created our website to operate 100% on any type of device. No matter if you use an Android, iPhone, Tablet or Desktop, our platform is 100% auto-responsive to all devices you’re using.”

However, this broader community appeal is not the platform’s sole offering. It is also a successful HIV dating website and app that allows positive singles to find love. “At Meet Positives, we are not only interested in helping you find love, but also making it last long-term. For this reason, we provide free advice and tips on how to build a strong relationship that will lead to happiness,” says Meet Positives. They believe that fostering a strong community will in turn cultivate the perfect environment for positive singles to find each other.

Those seeking meaningful and enduring connections with other positive individuals may contact Jack Lombardi to learn more about MeetPositives.com. They may also browse the website itself for a host of resources whose purpose is to help positive individuals learn more about their status and how to address it moving forward. Furthermore, they may connect with Meet Positives through their social media channels to stay up to date with the website’s latest updates, news, and announcements.

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For more information about Meetpositives.com, contact the company here:

Meetpositives.com
Jack Lombardi
(855) 747-2031
support@meetpositives.com
Herpes dating website for people with herpes. Meet positive singles

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