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Wakefield, NH, United States, 2006/09/06 - A new social networking web site has been created that enables anyone to post their picture for free. The goal is to feature one million faces as part of goal to create Internet history..
Social networking web sites are growing rapidly in popularity, and now a new social networking site is making history and helping people expand their online contacts.
"The first thing people look for to help them decide on contacts they would like to make online is a picture. I created EveryFace.com with that in mind. Put your cursor over a face on our site and if you like what you see you can click on the profile to get more information about that person," explained Jerome Boykin, Jr. founder of the site.
He said the biggest attraction for visitors are the many pictures of pretty girls on the site. Visitors can post photos and create profiles at no charge. The goal is to create a collection of one million faces EveryFace.com, according to Boykin.
Social networks connect people with all different types of interests. People can use social networks to make new friends, and share common interests. Users of the sites say they enjoy surfing through pictures and profiles and establishing lists of new friends they can communicate with from around the world and around the block.
"My goal is to make Internet history by collecting one million photos on our homepage. There are no fees involved. Anyone can upload a photo and post their profile in just a couple minutes," explained Boykin.
Once a member posts a photo they can also begin to communicate with other members of the online community, and they are rewarded for sharing their new profile and photo with other people they already know.
"After you sign up you will receive a unique linking code to send to your friends. If they click your link and join EveryFace.com you will receive credit. The more credits you earn, the higher up your face will appear in the members area of EveryFace.com. It pays to tell your friends because the higher you appear the more prominent your picture will be displayed on the home page," said Boykin.
A popularity system ranks the pictures on the site based on how many are made on each photo by visitors. The photo with the most clicks is prominently displayed in a special box on the Members Page. The photo of the person with the most sign ups, the newest member, and one random member are also displayed in special boxes.
"Our members love to surf for new friends on our site and then begin sending messages to each other through our service. It's a fun social experience, and it's safe," said Boykin.
Jerome Boykin is the creator of EveryFace.com, a social networking web site. Membership is free and all services are free. Members can post a picture for others to see, and are granted credits for getting others to sign up. The goal of the project is to accumulate one million pictures of faces.