SheLeft.me, an exciting new brand we’ve been developing for the last couple of months, will launch later today.
As its strapline “Get Over It. Get Even” suggests, the site is the “destination of choice for heartbroken men who have been kicked into touch, booted out bed, ditched, dumped and traded-in for a younger model”.
The site, which includes a members’ forum, will carry user-submitted content in addition to regular blogs from both paid and unpaid contributors.
Media space has already been secured by advertisers including Ubangalala, a natural over-the-counter alternative to Viagra.
It was created for the author Munir Bello following the success of his debut novel, ‘The Break-Up Recipe’.
Speaking yesterday Bello, from London, said the site was “tongue-in-cheek” but warned visitors from the “politically-correct brigade” to stay away.
“Sheleft.me is Britain’s leading break-up hub. It’s an online community for those who have been kicked into touch, booted out of bed, ditched, dumped and traded-in for a younger model. It’s a place where heartbroken singletons can vent their anger, frustration and depression. And it’s the last chance saloon for desperate, lonely losers looking for a date.
“Content on this site is generally user-generated, which means that it will probably contain strong language, vulgarity and nudity – possibly in a single post. It’ll probably have its fair share of chauvinism, too.”
A spokesman for Palamedes PR, a multi-award-winning consumer PR agency, added: “Mr Bello appointed us to develop a unique, standalone break-up brand, and we’re delighted with the results of SheLeft.Me.”
For media and advertising enquiries, contact the consumer PR agency Palamedes PR on 0203 1027935.
By Mick Blight