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New website allows people to connect, spread love amid COVID-19 pandemic

Posted at 8:09 AM, Apr 09, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-09 11:09:59-04

ALBUQUERQUE, NM — Esparza Digital + Advertising, an Albuquerque-based advertising agency, recently announced the launch of a website they created designed to help people connect, spread love and express themselves during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The website encourages people to post "love notes" to anywhere in the world.

When a note is written, it's pinned to a map, showing all the other notes being posted as well.

“We hope the website is an outlet for people to express themselves,” said Del Esparza, president and founder of Esparza Digital + Advertising. “Mental health is an important issue right now. It can help to write about how you’re feeling and finding ways to connected with others. We are excited to see how far the notes have already spread organically.”

Over 100 people have already posted sweet notes to their loved ones, other countries and to essential workers all over the world.

“I’ll make your soup, just stay six feet away,” reads one note from Pittsburgh.

"Hi world hope you’re all well and sustaining yourselves through this pandemic. The internet has been a really great resource for information during this outbreak, so I’m grateful for all of you news-shares and myth-debunkers out there. Now it’s time we all sit back and embrace the fact that we’re alive. Thank you, world," reads one from, Ireland.

Visitors to the site can browse the notes others have posted and write and post their own love note, either with their name or anonymously.

Check it out here and post your own love notes, spread the love.

Make sure to share your notes to your social media platforms to spread the love even farther.