Keeping those new figures in mind, we decided to explore how the most popular matchmaking sites did on social media.We used Spike to analyze their social content on Facebook and Instagram from January 15th through February 15th, 2017.
The top video was Zoosk’s video on “How to text someone you like“, which featured a relationship coach giving helpful tips.
Links were the most commonly posted format, followed by photo content.
Zoosk’s top link post shared the Former President Obama’s love story with the Former First Lady.
For dating brands, social media can be a receptive platform for inspirational stories, especially those about celebrities. Some of its other top posts were success stories from those who found love.
Many of the dating brands used links to share their owned content or blogs.
For brands, we’ve been seeing more and more brands take a political role and create content around what their audience cares about. I paid for 2 months sent messages to ladies in my city not one reply back..... This is advertised as a free dating site, yes it is free to join as all of the others but when you see someone you like and send a message to you have to upgrade, therefore costing you money. I have found that there is certainly a selection that is wide and varied but the search criteria narrows it down pretty well. This site is a scam take it from me I'm a security officer for 15 years. I'll be deleting my account after this review. Over the years I have had to come back to this site 3 times and to no fault of POF relationships didn't workout. but the results are there, human nature is what it is relation ships are no different its a matter of looking and this is certainly the best and I would say even better then a lot of payed ones. One has to ignore the part that they want you to pay for.The top photo, also from Zoosk, celebrated National Hugging Day.