Be careful about giving out your personal information to anyone online.
Adult FriendFinder employees will never ask you to post personal information
or account details, like your email address or password.
If anyone asks you for this kind of information, report it to our Abuse Team.
The rule of thumb is: Don't post any personal information in your blog.
It's just good common sense and will make your blogging safer, more secure and,
in the long run, more fun.
Be anonymous. Avoid postings that make it easy to locate you.
That includes your last name, your employer, any clubs or affiliations,
the town you live in, and where you hang out.
Protect your info.
Use Adult FriendFinder's Blog filter feature
which allows you to control who can visit your blog. Allow only people you
know and trust. Remember -- if you don't use privacy features, anyone with
an Internet connection can read your blog.
Avoid in-person meetings. Don't get together with someone you "meet" in a
blog unless you are 100% certain of their actual identity. If you do meet
the person, be smart about it. Arrange the meeting in a public place and
bring a friend along.
Adult FriendFinder Blog Guidelines
In the interest of creating a safe and friendly blog community,
please refrain from:
Excessive use of foul language, profanities, obscenities, or vulgarities.
Harassing, threatening, degrading, intimidating, victimizing, or abusing any individual or group. This includes hate based on a member's age, gender, ethnicity, disability, religion or sexual orientation.
Interrupting or repeatedly posting a lot of off-topic comments that disrupts the flow of conversations.
Selling, advertising or posting ads or making solicitations, including URLs for other sites.
Posting any URLs, no matter what the intent or content, except in the places where it's otherwise noted.
Posting any personal contact information. This includes email or instant messenger addresses, phone numbers, etc.
Posting copyrighted material or anything that's protected by intellectual property rights. This includes text, photos, images, sound, and video files.
Posting instructions or information on how to do anything illegal, such as shoplifting, hacking, etc.
Any attempt to collect or post any other member's username, password, or other private, personal information, such as telephone number, email/instant messenger addresses, home address, etc.
Starting or allowing arguments that escalate into threats, harassment, or violence. Feel free to argue and defend your opinions, but keep it civil.
Flooding a blog. This means you can't continuously post the same comments over and over again to disrupt a conversation.
Transmitting or attempting to transmit a virus to other members.
Impersonating or trying to pass yourself off as an employee of Adult FriendFinder, its parent company and/or affiliates or subsidiaries.
Making defamatory statements about Adult FriendFinder or any of its affiliated sites.
Multiple violations will result in deletion of accounts and any other accounts
connected to this member. Previous violations will result in future violations
being treated more swiftly and severely. If you need to file a complaint against
another user, contact customer service using the Help Form.
Blogging Advice & Etiquette
Check comments regularly.
Don't respond to mean or embarrassing comments --
delete them and block offensive people from commenting further.
Post often. Once you get members hooked on your blog, they'll want to
keep coming back for more. Give it to them!
Use your sense of humor. We've noticed that the most popular blogs
tend to be honest and humorous. You don't have to be a comedian, but
everyone has a unique way of expressing themselves through humor.
Find yours and use it, and you'll get more people reading your blog.
Post your blog on public forums. The best way to reach a wider audience
with your blog is by posting it on our numerous public discussion forums.
Just pick which topics your post touches on, and whether it would be
appealing to the members discussing that topic.
Connect with other bloggers. One of the most amazing things about
the blogosphere is how it has created a tight-knit community that
supports one another. Developing relationships with other bloggers will
lead more people to your blog, and give you a better sense of what appeals
to members. Which makes your blog even better!
Learn more at the blogging FAQ. And most of all -- have fun out there!