10 Stories Not To Miss On GDI This Week

  1. GDI Meets The Co-Founders Of New Date Venue Discovery Platform Kwaan – Kwaan suggests tailored date venues in London for couples at all stages of a relationship.
  2. Clikd Remodels The Online Dating Questionnaire, Letting Singles Build Their Own Picture Quiz – GDI recently sat down with Clikd founder Michael Blakeley.
  3. Sapio’s “Intelligent Dating” App Matches Singles Over Their Answers To Interesting Questions – Sapio asks singles to answer a minimum of three questions to help members share their “story”.
  4. Coffee Meets Bagel’s New $35 Monthly Premium Service Offers Stats About Your Daily Matches – “Activity reports” give you a selection of stats about your daily matches and how they use the app.
  5. Over 1m Business Accounts Now Advertise On Instagram – The platform also reveals that 80% of Instagrammers follow a business account on the app.
  6. Spark Networks Suffers 28% Revenue Drop In Q4, But CEO Says Adjusted EBITDA Shows “Clear Progress” – The LA dating company posted $7.7m total revenue.
  7. Selective Dating App HighBlood Causes Uproar With Controversial Facebook Post – The swipe-based app filters users based on information such as “income, profession and prestige schools”.
  8. Google Seeks To Further Reassure Advertisers After Brand Boycott Over Extremism Controversy -Advertising content had been published next to videos of Klu Klux Klan leader David Duke and groups linked to Isis.
  9. The League Is Going International, Launching In London Next Month – London is its next stop, The League choosing the English capital for its “similarities to Manhattan” according to Bradford.
  10. Over 250,00 Attempts To Access Grindr From Inside House Of Commons In A Single Month Last Year – 1,000 attempts were made to access dating app Tinder in December last year.


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