You can’t experience that feeling of sanctuary if there are constant distractions with advertising.
Victoria, BC (PRWEB) December 06, 2011
Evestribe.com, a social networking community for women, marks Tribus Nostra Communications’ debut on the World Wide Web. In this bright, fresh, quiet sanctuary, women can find and express their true inner voice in the safety of anonymity. Shelley Humble, President & CEO of EvesTribe.com in Victoria, created the website out of a personal need to be heard and taken seriously.
“When I started this, I needed a haven where I could feel safe to express myself,” Humble said. “I just couldn’t find anything like that online.”
Most online social network outlets offer no way of knowing if you’ve been heard. At EvesTribe.com, those members who want to hear and learn from other like-minded women about any thought, idea or celebration, are guaranteed at least five responses. If those answers don’t resonate, a member, or ‘Eve’, can repeat the request.
Security is paramount to the system, and Tribus Nostra Communications (TNC) ensures that every Eve’s personal identity is kept private. TNC’s theft-proof system also guards each Eve’s personal journal in a “vault”. Wherever members find themselves in the world, they can still express and bank their thoughts.
The benefits of journaling are widely recognized, including stress reduction, healing promotion, problem solving and personal growth. When using Evetribe.com’s electronically-secured online journal, members are free to express their innermost thoughts.
Craig Attiwill of the Victoria-based information technology firm Peloton Technologies, in partnership with PARC Systems, has developed EvesTribe.com utilizing leading-edge technology and rigorous security standards usually reserved for government applications. Attiwill recently joined Evestribe.com’s Board of Directors to provide technical expertise for future development. Attiwill says that the application has been developed with security and flexibility for growth in mind.
EvesTribe.com operates in an ad-free environment. To maintain this status, members are asked to pay a small fee to keep it that way. As Shelley Humble says, “You can’t experience that feeling of sanctuary if there are constant distractions with advertising. Early users who have tested the system have found it clean and simple, and appreciate the differences from the other sites they frequent.”