New profitable niches in online industry are the main topic of today’s SkaDate Dating Software digest. Which dating niches are on the rise? Who invests in a project for students? Is mature dating a profitable targeting group? Plus see the new dating niche ideas for military and emergency service personnel.
In addition we have more info about new ways of using speed dating for job seeking and adding new dating services for couples. This should give admins running their sites on SkaDate dating script some ideas for the improvement of their operation. Let’s see what’s in the news.
Students: New Target Group in Online Dating? (Ottawa Sun)
Christopher Gimmer, ClassmateCatch.com: “If you’re in a class of 300 people and you see a girl that you like but you just don’t have it in you to approach (her), we are offering an avenue to make it easier and break down those barriers.”
Scotland’s Cupid Eyes Revenue Expanding Niche (The Wall Street Journal)
Bill Dobbie, Cupid CEO: ”Cupid is generating “serious revenue” in 15 countries and has registrations in 60. “Uniform Dating” site aimed military and emergency service personnel, which the company recently acquired for around £7 million, should be released in the U.S, and Australia in “the foreseeable future.”
New Languages is Key to Attracting New Members (PRWeb)
Helen Siwak, President of TattCafe International: “Every new market presents new challenges but with challenges comes success. With TattCafe and Smoking-Lovers, the success is Love!”
Online Video Speed Dating: New Way to Simplify Online Romance (Market Watch)
Kim Randall, Co-founder of Seekly LLC: “We are ready to take Online dating to the next level and I am very excited that we are launching our video speed dating platform at DEMO Fall 2012.”
New Speed Dating Idea Linking Parents and Babysitters (DNA Info)
Meg Pryor, UrbanSitter: “The idea is more that it gives parents the chance to really efficiently meet a good number of babysitters that they can reach out to.”
Dating Site Attracts New and Returning Customers by Offering Local Services (Metro)
Brian Schechter, HowAboutWe Co-founder:”There’s a core paradox in online dating.The better you do with your service, the more quickly your users aren’t going to need you.”