I just wanted to drop everyone a quick heads up to let them know that we are officially at capacity on Lifestyle Bloggers Anonymous, which is slowing down the time it takes to get your membership approved. In circumstances where we reach capacity on the site, we go back through our members and look at those who have been inactive for a year or more. Those members are then sent an email from the administrator (that’s me!) to the emails they registered with, that looks like this:
It’s been quite awhile since you last visited Lifestyle Bloggers Anonymous. In concordance with our revised Community Guidelines, memberships which have been inactive for a year or longer are subject to deactivation. It is with great sadness that I report to you that your membership on Lifestyle Bloggers Anonymous risks deactivation. If you would like your account deleted, please respond to this email by copying-and-pasting the following line into the body of your reply:
Yes, I would like my account deactivated on Lifestyle Bloggers Anonymous
If you would not like your account deactivated, please return to Lifestyle Bloggers Anonymous and begin participating on the website. We offer our members the ability to post blog entries, share videos, participate in discussions, join and create specific niche groups and much more, which you can learn more about here. If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to respond to this email with those or fill out this form to contact the administrator. Thank you for your interest in membership on Lifestyle Bloggers Anonymous and if you are leaving us, sorry to see you go!
Cheers & Respect,
If we have not heard a response from you within 48 hours, we will assume that you wish to have your account deactivated and will do so. If you would like to reinstate your account, you will be required to complete the registration process once again.
At this point, we wait 48 hours before deactivating the account of the inactive user and activating the account of the user waiting to join. If the user comes back to the site, we don’t deactivate their account and continue onto the next inactive member, working along as such. We know that it’s not a perfect process and I personally despise deleting accounts at all. But until we are able to upgrade the site, we will unfortunately have to continue on this way.
I am very sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you and please be patient with us if you’ve recently registered and it’s taking longer for your account to be approved. We hope to be upgrading the site by the end of the summer, so we will all just have to bare with it until then. Thank you to everyone for your continued interest in Lifestyle Bloggers Anonymous and if you have any questions or comments (or even suggestions), please feel free to leave them in the comments.
Cheers & Respect,
There has been some changes that have been made here. Because of the amount of members who have signed up and never returned to the site and because of the amount of people wanting to join the site, we have begun deleting everyone who has not come back to the site since their initial sign up. At the moment, we are still in people who have been inactive for 6 months or more, but have noticed that we’re getting close to members that have been inactive for 3 – 5 months.
We wanted to let you know that if you have signed up for membership on Lifestyle Bloggers Anonymous and don’t come back to the site after your initial registration, there is a very big and very possible chance that your account with us will be deactivated. If you wouldn’t like this to happen, please visit the site!
If, by chance, your account does get deleted but you still want to be a member on Lifestyle Bloggers Anonymous, please feel free to sign up again and go through the registration process again. Again, I’m incredibly sorry for any inconvenience this may cause and hope that you’ll come back and start participating!