Your Biography and Your Stories

Philadelphia, United States

Biopage is a social networking platform that encourages people to write their story - a biography page to introduce yourself in your own words, and updating posts for important events and life experiences.

It is a social networikng place for writers. Writing skill is essential to success in our life and career path.

Biopage is available to registered users with our website, mobile iOS app, and Android app.

At the heart of BioPage, as the name suggests, is your biography. Here you tell your story in your own words, letting your personality shine through. No minimal character restraint, no cold resume feel.

You can post "Updates" with stories, photos, or videos, to showcase individual current events. Updates are in micro blogging style with a title, paragraphs, and tags. Visitors are able to like the updates, and post comments as well.

You can create and edit "On Social Media", a list of your other social media accounts, such as Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Pinterest, Youtube, Instagram, etc. This makes a user's Biopage page a simple portal for his or her online social life.

Biopage encourages users to write with words, and post only limited number of updates. This will make a simple and easy platform to users who feel overwhelmed with other social medias that are filled with over-flowing traffic and digital contents.

Simple direct messaging for users is available to communicate directly, either one-to-one, or in group chats.

Biopage, social media made simple.

Thank you very much for participating in the Biopage Storytelling Writing Contest! The results are now available on the contest webpage: https://www.biopage.com/contest It was a very difficult decision to make! We received a large number of high-quality essays from around the world, it was so difficult to pick the winners. The winners will receive separate emails regarding award certificates and prizes. We are sorry that most of you will be disappointed; but remember you are all winners! Many participants appreciated the contest as an opportunity to stay away from the noisy social media, to really start writing again to express themselves, and to tell stories. Please keep in mind that this is a recurrent contest; you are welcome to write another story and submit again! Please continue to stay in the community of Biopage, using the website or more conveniently the iOS app or Android app to continue to write, and to stay in touch with your friends and other writers. If you use the iOS app or Android app, please rate and write a review at the App Store or Google Play. We are giving out an Amazon gift card to each user who wrote a review about Biopage at the App Store. Please email admin@biopage.com with your App Store or Google Play ID name and a screenshot of the review, and the gift card may arrive in 2 weeks. A certificate of participation of the writing contest will be available upon request by email. Thank you and happy writing! The Biopage Writing Contest Committee

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Inspiring, uplifting, and heartwarming stories are wanted! With Covid-19 still lingering around, economic slowdown, social and political issues and setbacks, we are desperate to hear your feel-good stories! Pick your best story and picture to participate in our storytelling writing contest. Biopage is hosting a writing contest to remind people the benefits of writing. Each story (or one chapter of your stories) is limited to 5,000 characters or roughly 1,000 words. You can win $300, and five runners-up can win $100 each. (We decided to change the prize amount and award numbers, because we received so many excellent essays and wanted to give awards to more writers). How to enter: 1. Register for an account at biopage.com (or download and register on iOS or Android app). 2. First complete your profile, write a bio to introduce yourself, and make your profile as Public. 3. Click “Update” and post your essay there. Please include a title and a picture or video. Use "writing contest" as one of the tags. 4. On a computer copy the web address of your post, come back to this page, and click “Enter the Contest”, and paste the web address of the post. 5. Share your essay with your friends, ask them to like and comment. The winners will be determined by the quality of the writing, and the votes by other users' likes and comments. The contest is open to anyone from everywhere, every country, every corner of the world. The current contest ends July 31, 2022.

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Biopage User Experience Survey

Mar 10, 2022 6 months ago

Help us improve Biopage! We have teamed up with students from Pace University at New York City to conduct an user experience survey. We sincerely invite you to participate! Your feedback will help us make changes that will enhance your experience on our platforms. Please complete this survey – it will take only a few minutes of your time. https://bit.ly/biopagepu Thanks in advance, from the Biopage team.

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When day comes we ask ourselves, where can we find light in this never-ending shade? The loss we carry, a sea we must wade We've braved the belly of the beast We've learned that quiet isn't always peace And the norms and notions of what just is Isn't always just-ice And yet the dawn is ours before we knew it Somehow we do it Somehow we've weathered and witnessed a nation that isn't broken but simply unfinished We the successors of a country and a time Where a skinny Black girl descended from slaves and raised by a single mother can dream of becoming president only to find herself reciting for one And yes we are far from polished far from pristine but that doesn't mean we are striving to form a union that is perfect We are striving to forge a union with purpose To compose a country committed to all cultures, colors, characters and conditions of man And so we lift our gazes not to what stands between us but what stands before us We close the divide because we know, to put our future first, we must first put our differences aside We lay down our arms so we can reach out our arms to one another We seek harm to none and harmony for all Let the globe, if nothing else, say this is true: That even as we grieved, we grew That even as we hurt, we hoped That even as we tired, we tried That we'll forever be tied together, victorious Not because we will never again know defeat but because we will never again sow division Scripture tells us to envision that everyone shall sit under their own vine and fig tree And no one shall make them afraid If we're to live up to our own time Then victory won't lie in the blade But in all the bridges we've made That is the promise to glade The hill we climb If only we dare It's because being American is more than a pride we inherit, it's the past we step into and how we repair it We've seen a force that would shatter our nation rather than share it Would destroy our country if it meant delaying democracy And this effort very nearly succeeded But while democracy can be periodically delayed it can never be permanently defeated In this truth in this faith we trust For while we have our eyes on the future history has its eyes on us This is the era of just redemption We feared at its inception We did not feel prepared to be the heirs of such a terrifying hour but within it we found the power to author a new chapter To offer hope and laughter to ourselves So while once we asked, how could we possibly prevail over catastrophe? Now we assert How could catastrophe possibly prevail over us? We will not march back to what was but move to what shall be A country that is bruised but whole, benevolent but bold, fierce and free We will not be turned around or interrupted by intimidation because we know our inaction and inertia will be the inheritance of the next generation Our blunders become their burdens But one thing is certain: If we merge mercy with might, and might with right, then love becomes our legacy and change our children's birthright So let us leave behind a country better than the one we were left with Every breath from my bronze-pounded chest, we will raise this wounded world into a wondrous one We will rise from the gold-limbed hills of the west, we will rise from the windswept northeast where our forefathers first realized revolution We will rise from the lake-rimmed cities of the midwestern states, we will rise from the sunbaked south We will rebuild, reconcile and recover and every known nook of our nation and every corner called our country, our people diverse and beautiful will emerge, battered and beautiful When day comes we step out of the shade, aflame and unafraid The new dawn blooms as we free it For there is always light, if only we're brave enough to see it If only we're brave enough to be it

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If you are a poet, or you just love poetry, you may want to check out Poetry Battle Friday on Twitter. This is a weekly poetry competition hosted by JD Greyson @jdgreysonwrites, an author and social media influencer from Urbandale, United States. JD wanted to create a space that encourages creatives to inspire and be inspired by poetry, to encourage interaction amid social media that invoke emotion, thoughts, and reflection. Each week on Twitter participants will challenge themselves to create a poem that must be contained to one tweet and be about the topic selected. Topic posts are made on Wednesdays to allow time for composing and the actual battle post is made Thursday after 5pm CST & closes Friday 5pm CST, which allows for participants all over the world to have equal visibility. Winners are then announced on the following Wednesday post. Poems are then viewed by a panel of anonymous judges who rotate each week to select a winner. Judges focus on several components including: Twitter likes, emotional connection, topic relevance, storyline, voice, & overall effect. The winning poet wins bragging rights for the week, chooses the next topic, and earns exposure by having their poem displayed on Twitter, Medium, Biopage, & Wattpad.

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