Match is IAC’s flagship dating site and leading brand of the company’s Personals division, which also includes OkCupid and dating app du jour Tinder. And with over 6 million monthly […]
Still trying to decide on a Halloween costume? Dating site PlentyOfFish surveyed 1,200 heterosexual single men and women between the ages of 21 and 40 to figure out what they were going to dress up as and which characters they were most likely to hit on.
Ashley Madison has aroused yet another controversy. The online hookup site, which enables married and partnered men and women to connect on the sly for illicit rendezvous, has apparently made it difficult for departing members to cover their tracks without paying.
Turns out, you can find puppy love on a dating app. Literal puppy love is on offer through Tinder thanks to a New York animal shelter and marketing interns at agency BBH. The agency's interns, participating in the Barn program, used the app to post pictures of dogs that need homes.
Tinder "hacker" marketers are popping up everywhere. Now, a Toronto woman said she matched 2,000 men in 24 hours on the hot dating app, all by following a social media playbook pioneered by a single man in Phoenix.
"You can have anyone! All you have to do is dangle the right carrot." That's the promise of a new app, Carrot Dating, which allows users to bribe potential love connections into going on dates with them.
Australia's Ad Standards Board recently axed the TV spot below for Cougarlife.com because a scene where the voluptuous spokeswoman pushes a younger woman into a wacky pratfall was considered too violent for broadcast.
Jesse Heiman kissing God's hands—aka, Bar Refaeli's lips—for Go Daddy on the Super Bowl was one thing. Nasty, yes, but not bestial. For the latter, we turn to Zoosk, the dating site previously best known for its lecherous heart-puppet slobbering on a laptop.