You are traveling on the London Underground and you have just set eyes on the hottest thing you have seen in ages. They are looking at you as well, but have you got the bottle to go and speak to him or her
An online dating service, with a database of over nine million singles around the country offers its clients a unique way to solve their relationship and dating needs. Build My Spouse allows customers to logon and literally create the perfect online dating match in terms of physically, emotionally and personally. Can you imagine dating only those with the qualities you know you want – eye color, hair color, skin tone, religion, career, education, family background and so on. As you go through the building process, you can actually see a preview of what your potential matches will look like.
In the US alone, it has been estimated that there are some 45 million folks who are over 40 and single. In an attempt to help some of those folks find love, companionship and romance, Midlife Dating Network is a new online dating site recently launched by Global Commerce & Communication Inc. that caters specifically for 40 and over singles.
Are dating headlines now doubling up as stress-buster devices? Or the humor is making its presence felt in American genes. The questions popped up when Heusinte Dating Labs, a company committed to providing unique dating headline to each and all, did an email and ‘on-site’ poll to pick the dating headlines of the respective month and then the dating headline of the year 2009.
Book lovers everywhere now have their very online dating site in the form of Penguin Dating. The service, which is a collaboration between match.com and Penguin Publishing, brings together book lovers and dating for the very first time. The service will offer Penguin readers a place to meet and indulge in the age old art of writing love letters as the boom in online dating fast restores the importance of the written word to modern courtship.
The credit crunch is spawning a new “staying in” culture as folks look for ways to cut back on spending without cutting down on being sociable and having fun. It is true that more folks are staying in, but they seem determined not to be miserable about it.
It would seem that despite being in the grip of a recession, nobody wants to give up the simple pleasures in life. As a result, one industry, which is not only thriving but also continuing to grow through the credit crunch is online dating. One prime example of this is the MakeFriendsOnline group of web properties whose expansion has continued unimpeded in recent months.
In August 2007, online dating and friendship site makefriendsonline.com carried out a survey amongst its members to find out if they would like the option to use Web cams on the site. Male respondents were keen to give it a go but the proposal met a resounding No from 56% of female members who not only did not want the option but also expressed reservations about even joining a site, which offered it.
As a result of one members email, there is good news for singles looking for love online in Australia. Australian online dating website, slinky.com.au has recently decided to scrap all it’s membership fees and in the process, turned itself into Australia’s largest free online dating site.
A new niche online dating service has been launched which focuses on matching athletes from all over the world in a user friendly secure fashion. Users of athletic-dating.com can meet local and international singles and send a limited amount of messages for free.