10 Stories Not To Miss On GDI This Week

  1. GDI Meets Co-Founder Of Secure Messaging Platform ProtectMyCall Andrew Wittich – ProtectMyCall wants to alleviate some online safety fears, by protecting users’ identities and helping to stop harassment.
  2. 91% Of Surveyed College Students Use Dating Apps For More Than Just Hookups – Conducted by ABODO, the study called “Swipe Right For Love?” collected data from almost 5,000 US college students.
  3. Key Advice On Getting The Most Out Of Social Media Campaigns – This is a guest article by Sebastian Burchell, Outreach Executive at Visualsoft.
  4. Dating App Clover Reveals The Best Emojis To Use In Opening Messages Online – Clover found that the majority of emojis men are sending were not listed as emojis women tend to respond to.
  5. Paid Vs. Organic Search: What Are The Benefits & Downsides Of Each Method? – This is a guest article by Arjun Sandhu, CEO of digital marketing specialists Modulus Systems.
  6. Mother Of Two Calling For Change In Law After Son Recognised From Father’s Online Dating Photos – She is asking parliament to consider banning photographs of children on dating sites and apps.
  7. Speculation Says Spark Networks Might Be Looking For A New CEO – Danny Rosenthal became Spark Networks’ CEO last August.
  8. Facebook Rolls Out AI-Powered Suggestions Feature M To All US Messenger Users – M will pick up on conversation topics within open chat messages.
  9. Chinese Man Arrested After Wife Found Chained To Desk & Forced To Scam Men Online – Qiang apparently installed a video camera near the desk, enabling him to monitor Xing.
  10. Tinder Co-Founders Invest In Baby Food Delivery Company Little Spoon – Little Spoon says that it offers parents a way to feed their baby nutritional, pre-made meals easily.


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