In the last SkaDate Dating Software roundup before December: Go Break The Ice offers familiar dating mechanics with a twist, Zoosk comes up with tools to predict user expectations, while GPS apps are becoming increasingly common in the industry.
As always, there are several ideas for admins running their sites on SkaDate dating script on how to make their business even more successful. Adding a blog with seasonal dating tips, coming up with an entirely new tradition, or spicing things up with more user interactivity can boost your performance significantly. Have more tips to share? Be our guest in the comments below!
Five Romantic Seasonal Date Ideas To Entice Members (PR Web)
Online dating site iDreamofU interacts with members by offering romantic ideas for winter season on it’s blog. From staying conscious of calorie intake to taking a walk in the sun, the [...] site wants to help potential daters avoid the pitfalls of any hibernation effects during dating’s high season.
Online Service Running on Friends Recommendations (New Zealand Herald)
Philip Behnke, Go Break The Ice Spokesman: “It tried to strike a balance between typical online dating and meeting dates though personal networks.”
Interaction Tools for Users to Dictate Progress (GigaOM)
Online dating startup Zoosk uses big data techniques and technologies for a lot more than just computing which members might make the best mates. Data from its young audience well versed in social media lets the company design a user experience that matches their expectations.
Las Vegas Dating Site Ads Cash Incentive for Interactive Events (Las Vegas Blog)
Sabrina Osborne, Had2Be Founder & CEO: “Tickets have been selling rapidly, paced by the – growth of the website, our 1st event is looking to have a huge turnout! We’re expecting to launch tons more like this in the – near future.”
GPS Apps Gain Popularity in Online Dating (WJXT Jacksonville)
Aaron Schildkrout, How About We Co-founder: “It’s revolutionizing the way people are using their phones in order to meet people in the real world.”