United States, (PressExposure) March 09, 2009 -- International Dating Ventures has recently announced the availability of a co-brand dating solution for media outlets across the U.S.
International Dating Ventures is the holding company for one of the largest brick and mortar dating services in the world, The Right One and Together Dating, and the online dating sites LoveAccess.com and TogetherChristian.com.
Essentially, International Dating Ventures' co-branded dating solution enables a media outlet such as a newspaper, radio or television station or show to incorporate a dating service element into their website.
"The solution provides media outlets with 'dating out of a box' - which means the media outlet provides the brand and marketing and International Dating Ventures takes care of the rest," explained Nelson Rodriguez, the company's Chief Technology Officer.
In addition to CheatersÂ®, a nationally syndicated television show airing in more than 100 countries, that has incorporated International Dating Ventures' co-brand dating solution on their website, there are a number of prominent daily newspapers that also use the solution, including the Washington Post, Boston Herald and the Cape Cod Times. To view an example of the co-branded dating solution, visit NoCheatersDate.com.
International Dating Ventures' co-brand dating solution provides media outlets with the dating software; the membership database; payment processing; customer support; hosting infrastructure and ancillary revenue sources. They even provide website design of the actual dating solution that is branded to the media outlet.
How it works
Visitors to a media outlet's website simply click on a dating service link to sign up for free. Once signed up, the visitor is taken to the branded website and International Dating Ventures takes on the matchmaking from among their 3 million-plus members.
"For media outlets, this is one of the best ways to increase website traffic while also providing a service that is in demand and that generates additional revenue. It's definitely win-win," noted Rodriguez.