Faq - Profile

Faq - Profile


Beliefnet Affiliate Program Overview

Profile

What is a Beliefnet member profile?
Every beliefnet username has a corresponding member profile page. A Beliefnet member prophile is a bio page that provides a brief description of your general interests. Your Beliefnet member profile allws you to display your statement of belief, faith, intersts, and other selective information to Beliefnet members.

It is truly your choice to fill-out your profile information. You will always have the option to edit or delete any profle information that you enter


How do I create a Beliefnet member profile?
Your are given the option to create a profile when you first register onto Beliefnet. After you fill-out the Beliefnet registration form, click on the Build your profile button to create your profile page.

You can personalize your profile page after you have registered onto Beliefnet. You must first sign-in to Beliefnet and click on the view profile link above the lead story. The view profile page allows you to see exactly how your member profile appears to other members. At the bottom the view profile page click on the edit profile button to make any changesto your Beliefnet member profile. To save changes to your member profile click on the submit button at the bottom of the Edit Profile page. All changes to profile will be displayed immediately.


How do I edit my Beliefnet member profile?
Any profile changes, additions, or deletions can be made at any time. You must first sign-in to Beliefnet and click on the view profile link above the lead story on the beliefnet home page. The View Profile page allows you to see exactly how your member profile appears to other members. At the bottom the view profile page click on the Edit Profile button to make any changes to your Beliefnet member profile. To save changes to your member profile, click on the submit button at the bottom of the Edit Profile page. All changes to profile will be displayed immediately.


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