In this SkaDate Dating Software roundup: Picking a unique niches is key to success, WooWho – the new player on the market, latest research shows the influence of personal information on future decisions about dating and business, etc.
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New Great Concept Matches Thespians (Huffington Post)
Michael Gordon, Theater Buddies.com founder: “Love of the theater… produces instant rapport and greatly increases the safety and enjoyment of the first meet.”
Single Trekkies Need Online Home Too (CBC)
Fortunately, the web is always on, and the chance to love long and prosper with a like-minded nerd is never more than a mouse click away.
Similar Interests To Generate The Spark (Soapbox Cincinnati)
Andy Zhang, WooWho.com Co-founder: “If you ask people what they like [in a potential match], they don’t tell you very accurately… Clustering tends to be more reliable in real life; it’s also something that machines are really good at.”
Online searches affect your romantic life. Almost half (43%) of online U.S. adults that have searched someone online have searched a potential date, significant other, or ex boyfriend/girlfriend, making romantic searches the most common search among U.S. adults.
Police Promotes Online Dating Awareness (NBC)
Sergeant Jason Sundbakken: “You just need to do your research. Find a reputable site that has good reviews that you`ve researched and those types of sites are going to have their own types of security measures.”
New Merger to Enforce Ethnic Dating Scene (Sacramento Bee)
To be successful, this joint venture between Ludwig and Makemeacouple.com does not need to be the biggest web site, but to provide a specialized product to an un-served market.