How to get a free upgrade

There are quite a few ways you can get a free upgrade on datepositive.net!

Submit a great profile and you could be up for our profile of the month award.  We actually award more than one profile of the month and so your chances of gaining a free upgrade are pretty good.

If you are unsure about how to write a profile, check out the articles on this blog or write to us and we are happy to help members of the site. Continue reading

Met a guy on DatePositive STD online dating. No fakes on your site.

We received a lovely email a few weeks ago from a woman who has been using the site for about a month or so.

She has met a guy and is now dating him and emailed us to ask if we would deactivate her profile while she sees if the new relationship works out.

It’s great to receive emails like this. Continue reading

UK’s Herpes dating and HIV dating website wishes everyone great 2011

www.datepositive.net wishes everyone a very happy new year.

www.datepositive.net is the UK’s largest HIV dating and Herpes dating website and has had a successful year.

If you are one of our members then thanks for supporting the site. We also would like to thank people who have helped promote the site through social media, including Facebook and Twitter.

If there is anything you would like to see or feedback you’d like to give, send us a note. Take care and have a great 2011. We hope this is the year you find love and new friends through datepositive.net.

New upgraded datepositive.net site on the way

A new and upgraded version of Datepositive.net will be launched in the New Year.

The site will have features that members have been asking for, including a better ‘who’s online’ listing, better profile layout and design, and easier search options.

It will include a full media section and members will be able to upload photo galeries, video and chat facilities. Continue reading

Online dating photo tips: add a pic for a free upgrade/extention

A lot of people who join our site are still unsure about adding a photo. They feel it’s too unsafe to do so and don’t want to risk anyone seeing their picture.

This is really a sad state of affairs but it does underline the degree of prejudice and stigma that exists in our society towards people with HIV and herpes.

A few people have emailed me and said they are adamant they will not add a photo to their profile. I do reassure them and explain our safety mechanisms, but they are still not convinced. Continue reading