SAN DIEGO, Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- H Social Club recently launched www.HSocialClub.com, an online community for herpes social networking, including herpes dating and herpes support. This new site comes as long-time herpes dating site "Meet People with Herpes" (MPWH.net) shuts down citing a lack of financial, emotional, and physical resources. MPWH discontinued operation of its herpes website on November 1st, the same day H Social Club launched.
What's new and different about H Social Club? While MPWH and the very few other herpes sites focused primarily on dating and relationships, H Social Club comes with a broad appeal to people with herpes and human papillomavirus. Rather than focusing primarily on HSV and HPV dating, H Social Club aims to be a place for general networking with personal and business interests in mind.
On the personal side, the site is promoting an environment where members can interact on more of a friendship level without the awkward, unnatural feelings associated with online dating. It's a place where members can be at ease while communicating across a variety of life's topics. For example, members can start forum posts related to cooking recipes, home buying tips, parenting, fitness, or a wide range of other topics. Or members can simply interact with other herpes & HPV members to build new friendships, find dates, plan herpes events, or seek & offer herpes support.
The business networking aspect is new and different for any herpes group. H Social Club wants business and employment networking to be a big part of the new site. The expectation is that many people on the site will be interested in supporting other members in the business world, whether that means finding another member to use as your real estate agent, or ordering products from a member who owns a small businesses. This kind of business networking could also accommodate an environment where members announce or inquire about job opportunities within the site.
Most might expect a hefty fee for a herpes & HPV website of this kind, but when launched, H Social Club announced free lifetime memberships to all who join before the promotion ends. The company is hinting at eventually implementing a monthly price in the $5 to $10 range, although the fee will not apply to those who already received free lifetime memberships.
H Social Club has the right theme, the right idea, and the right features. The site's only concern is whether it can gain enough members to reach critical mass. The good news is that this herpes website aspires to build a membership of highly active people. An H Social Club representative clarified their goal by stating "we'd rather have 10,000 very active members than 100,000 idle members. Whatever the outcome, H Social Club is on the right track to being the next top online community for people with herpes and HPV.
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