In today’s SkaDate Dating Software roundup: a new dating service fully utilizes Facebook’s Like mechanics, DinnerDate is planning further expansion to new markets, while the owner of PlentyofFish picks up an ambitious goal to rule the world.
Several new niches received additional exposure, which can be of use for admins running their sites on SkaDate dating script. For instance, Metattheairport discovered new audience by mixing up romance and dating connections; and Erika Christensen got into the matchmaking game, choosing NY subway as targeting platform.
Canoodle Matches Singles By Facebook “Likes” (BuzzFeed)
Sean Wood, Cupid U.K.Communications Director: “You’ve got your icebreakers there right away, without having written anything about yourself, you’ve told a lot.”
DinnerDate is Expanding Out to New Markets (SocalTech)
Andrew Connell, DinnerDate CEO: “We’re looking at expansion of DinnerDate.com, and also looking at this as a yield management opportunity with restaurants.”
New Dating Site Offers Romance and Business Opportunities in Aiports (Fox News)
Steve Pasternack, Web Entrepreneur: “This person could be a travel companion [or] they could be from the place you’re going, it could turn into a friendship, a romance, it could work out for business, many things.”
‘Love Conductor’ Brings NY Subway Riders Together (NBC)
Erika Christensen, Brooklyn Matchmaker: “I think that you are getting the absolute best cross-section of all New York has to offer in the subway.”
Plenty of Fish Founder Eyes Global Expansion (Vancouver Sun)
Markus Frind, PlentyofFish CEO and Founder: “Focus on something that plays to your strengths, and understand growth – growth drives everything in this world.”