Understandably, a lot of people are busy setting up their new sites or updating existing ones following our major release of SkaDate Dating Software last week. SkaDate Master is proving to be quite popular and if you haven’t checked all the new toys it gives site owners, you are welcome to do just that here.
Nevertheless, aspiring online dating moguls need a perfect understanding of latest trends and developments in the industry on top of a useful solution like SkaDate dating script in their hands. Our roundup is just the answer, as we’ll give you a sample of the most recent news across the world of online dating. Take note, get inspired, and copy the success. Here is what you might have missed.
Daigo Smith, Loveflutter Co-founder: “Loveflutter takes the nervousness out of online dating and helps people get on their first date.” The new site also pairs singles based on what bars, restaurants or hangouts they may frequent rather than how close two people live. Finding someone who enjoys the same dive bar may save some time instead of finding out on a first date that the person across from you prefers bottle service.
Rick Cruz, DC Prep CEO: “I think it’s a great tool to identify teachers outside of the local region that we might want to bring to our organization. We also think about it as, ‘Gosh is this going to be a tool for us to get poached from.'”
Cupid Faces More Fire over Questionable Tactics (Yahoo)
Cupid Spokeswoman: “The company recognizes that one of the allegations in the article is that members who have signed on a 3-day trial membership are then encouraged through messages created by Cupid employees to move to a full subscription. This allegation will be directly addressed by the audit.”
Avi Steinlauf, Edmunds.com CEO: ”Most of the ideas conveyed the theme that car shopping is not just about making a purchase but about creating a trust-based relationship [like in online dating].”
Press Release: “Dating sites like Relationship.com have become significantly more sophisticated in recent years and they offer the student population a clear and user-friendly means of contacting other students who share their interests and who attract them emotionally and physically.”