One major dating site has announced to be sponsoring the newest ITV2 reality television show, bringing interactive elements to viewers in a new experience.
This week was about massive differences between Western and Eastern dating sites – and the cultural gulf that truly yawns between these two spheres.
There were two interesting news items this week: one showcases a major dating milestone reached by Brits while another has the French turning dating on its ear.
It’s common knowledge that pawnbrokers and discount retailers tend to do better during a bad economy, but it seems running a dating service can be recession-proof as well.
If this isn’t a reason to be careful when it comes to who you go out with after meeting them on a dating site, the police are after a thief that’s been targeting lonely singles.
Well, that’s one way to get by in a recession: a sugar daddy dating site has become increasingly popular with cash-strapped Exeter students as tuition fees rocket.
The purveyors of a dating site for gamers have decided to change gears, offering up a new dating website specifically for no-strings-attached sex.
Bill Dobbie has recently announced that Cupid, his dating site, has successfully expanded into the American dating website sector, as evidenced by revenues going up sharply.
One dating site based in the US has gotten fed up with the recent Amazon outages, citing issues in the web giant’s datacentre predictability in taking its business elsewhere, pulling the site from the Amazon’s EC2 infrastructure.
One major online dating site found that around 50 per cent of those using the internet to look for a prospective mate are quite embarrassed about it, afraid to admit they’re looking for love through a dating website.