Vancouver Island, BC (PRWEB) September 17, 2007
The early release of a uniquely refreshing women's site has been gaining momentum and creating a buzz in the online world. The fresh and simple design of http://www.LibidoUnlimited.com/ was created to help women connect with a personal side of themselves that deserved more attention. What was once a taboo subject is now something that most women feel the need to talk about.
While most women have no problem discussing their personal lives with their closest friends and loved ones, some women they need a different way to approach the subject. More and more women are becoming computer savvy and are turning to the Internet for just about anything. Feeling sick - you just search out your ailment and immediately there are hundreds of choices right before you, looking for a recipe for that special event, again most women go searching online. Why?
Because it's fast and it's convenient.
"If I need an answer to a problem I can type it in online and within seconds I can find what it is I'm looking for," says creator Samantha Criddle of http://www.LibidoUnlimited.com/ . "I've taken that initial search further and have created a resource for women who are looking for more information on the women's topic of female sexual health. There are hundreds of sites that address men's issues, and I couldn't understand why women weren't getting the same types of resources."
And with that, the website was developed with just one purpose in mind - to grow and develop into an informative website from a females perspective that openly and honestly approached the subject of female sexual health. Topics would include: a low or non-existent female sex drive and libido, the availability of libido supplements designed just for women, product reviews and helpful information regarding love-making tips and how to better connect with your loved one.
As time progresses the site will adapt to what its readers (women) want to see out of it. "Feedback is vital to any site regardless of what stage it is at," Samantha Criddle goes on to state, "and that's why the early release of the site is so important because of the feedback we've already gotten. Women want it out there now, they want to be a part of its development from the moment we said 'go'."
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