05 Feb SkaDate Dating Software Roundup: January 23 – February 1
All right people, the Super Bowl is over, which means it’s time for another look into the depth of online dating industry with our regular SkaDate Dating Software roundup. If you still don’t have an idea how to start your dating site, or if you are considering switching niches, take a look at the articles below for a fresh look at the latest trends on the market. Power-up you SkaDate dating script and get it rolling on the path of success. Let’s go!
Dan Slater, Book Author: “Everyone has access to so many more people than they were accustomed to in the past. I started to wonder how that might affect how people approach their relationship lives. […] The main thing was the ubiquity of it and how it suddenly expanded the mating pool.
Molly Waldron, Reporter: “Most online dating platforms gather data and ask several questions to set users up with a match. But Crazy Blind Date considers just the basics, like age and sexual orientation, when randomly matchmaking.”
Clara Perez, Journalist: “A fairly new dating website, Datemyschool, was created exclusively for college students. Its structure is very similar to that of Facebook in that one can post something for everyone to read. People can also comment on one’s posts or they could press the star, which is something akin to the “like” button on Facebook.”
Amy Webb, Dating Expert: “The most important thing I learned was that online dating should be treated for what it really is: a big database. […] So the most essential lesson was this: You need to define, with great detail, your exact target audience, and then market yourself – you, the product – to land a committed relationship with that audience.”
Jeff Shapiro, Contributor: “Valentine’s Day is just a few weeks away, and some Christians are turning to online dating sites in search of romance. But how can they, especially considering recent online relationship hoaxes that have been brought to the public’s attention, safely navigate the online dating scene and give themselves a good chance at making a true connection?”
Jaclyn Friedman, Writer: “”There’s really no stigma at all online about a woman emailing a man. It all puts the control much more in your hands.”