LifeStory.com Beta Launches Innovative Online Community Capturing the Inspiring Stories of Those Who Have Passed New social site LifeStory.com encourages users to share inspirational stories and their impact
SEATTLE, April 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- LifeStory.com, a free, centralized online community for people to share stories, memories, and pictures of passed friends, family and notable public figures, launched today in beta version. Created on the belief that individual stories can inspire others to make a difference in the world, LifeStory.com illuminates the impact of those who have passed, and provides a platform to honor and celebrate their lives today and for years to come.
"Our goal is to showcase the amazing stories left behind by those who have passed, and empower people to live their lives with purpose and passion," said Mike Rowell, CEO at LifeStory.com. "LifeStory.com creates a social space that encourages people to connect with each other online and embrace life in a way that has never been done before."
Users can join LifeStory.com through a convenient Facebook social login and create free public or private LifeStories to begin sharing the impact of their loved ones and those they have admired, including photos, links and content, as well as invite family and friends to join the conversation.
For more information, visit www.lifestory.com.
LifeStory.com curates stories sharing the wisdom of those who have passed and inspiring others to live every day to the fullest. It is a free website to share stories and insights that inspire and lead to personal growth – enabling you and me to impact each other, one story at a time.