10 Stories Not To Miss On GDI This Week

  1. Tinder Chief Product Officer Brian Norgard Making Special London Appearance In September – Limited early bird tickets are still available for the GDI London conference, which takes place on 28th September.
  2. We Visited Match’s 3D Printing Model Pop-Up Store In London Last Week – Last Friday, GDI went down to check out the pop-up store to see what it was like.
  3. Parship Makes ‘Largest Contribution’ In 50% Q2 Revenue Growth For ProSiebenSat.1’s Digital Segment
    – Revenue for the digital ventures & commerce segment increased from €152m in the previous year to €227m.
  4. Hinge Sees Excellent Results With Snapchat Geofilter Campaign For Single People At Weddings
    – US dating app Hinge recently spoke about seeing great results from a Snapchat ad campaign.
  5. Gay.com, Domain Valued At $7m, Donated To Los Angeles LGBT Center – The domain name was owned by live video chat company VS Media, which runs flagship cam platform Flirt4Free.
  6. TrulyMadly Offering Native, Interstitial & Video Ads With New InMobi Partnership – The partnership will enable advertisers to display various formats including native, interstitial and video ads on the dating app.
  7. Countdown’s Rachel Riley Calculates The Odds Of Finding Love For New eHarmony Ad – Rather depressingly, however, Riley calculates that the odds of finding love are 1 in 562.
  8. Facebook Will No Longer Count Accidental Clicks In Audience Network – Accidental clicks are currently defined by Facebook as views that last less than two seconds.
  9. Love Island Couple Team Up With Dating App Badoo For Fan Competition – Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood have partnered up with online dating app Badoo to help others find love.
  10. Snapchat Launches Advanced Mode For Self-Serve Ad Manager – Snap Inc launched its self-serve ad manager back in May, in an effort to boost the platform’s advertising prowess.
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