Quantcast

DatingFactory.com, White Label Dating Provider, Opens New Markets for Photo Enthusiasts and Geek Lovers

March 31, 2013

Dating Factory introduces two new hobby/lifestyle markets to their white label dating platform.

Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) March 31, 2013

With millions of daters looking for love on the world wide web, DatingFactory.com hopes to make the search a little easier by adding the Geek Dating and Photo Dating markets to their existing white label platform.

Dating Factory has a fully customizable platform, making it easy for entrepreneurs to create and run their own online dating site. The addition of the Photo Dating and Geek Dating markets will make it easier for affiliates to custom design their dating sites and create the ideal environment for their members and the community they are seeking to join.

“We continue to add more specific dating markets to our platform in order to address the individual needs of our affiliates and their members,” said Tanya Fathers, CEO of Dating Factory. “We currently have 58 separate niche markets with more being added all the time. The idea is to help our affiliates to create unique sites with easy content management while providing their users with a community of likeminded people to instantly connect with.”

DatingFactory.com has proven to successfully anticipate the needs of its partners, including numerous niche markets to their platform to ensure that affiliates and users can find just what they are looking for. Affiliates interested in targeting members with specific hobbies and lifestyles will now be able to customize their sites for singles who have an interest in photography as well as for those who have a passion for the more geeky side of life.

About Dating Factory:

DatingFactory.com was established in 2009 and is an international white label dating platform with over 30,000 partners worldwide. DatingFactory.com operates in 22 languages, and supports 58 niche markets.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2013/3/prweb10585807.htm


Source: prweb



comments powered by Disqus