One major dating site has announced to be sponsoring the newest ITV2 reality television show, bringing interactive elements to viewers in a new experience.
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.
Seems like there’s a dating website for all seasons now, thanks to new forays into the niche dating landscape that can cater to every whim and desire.
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.
Gingers in the UK are often the butt of ire and derision – mocked and bullied at school and given unfortunate nicknames that follow them for years – but now redheads have their own safe haven in the form of a new dating site just for them… and those who can’t get enough ginger in their diet.
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.
Believe it or not, one psychology expert has recently said that you can ‘fake it until you make it’ when it comes to matters of the heart, according to recent research.
While it’s always thrilling to think the new guy – or gal – you’ve just met on that new dating website you’ve signed up on could be “The One” because you’re hitting it off so well and seem to have so many things in common, keep your wits about you when it’s time for that first date out in the wide world.
Online dating is nothing new, as many people in the UK and abroad have jumped into the dating website pool – yet now the experience has been refined even further with mobile dating apps.
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.