Dating Pro Digest: Muzmatch’s Nudes Detector; 50% Of Women Were Cheated On During Pandemic; Dating App That Matches Based On Birth Chart; Dating App Stocks To Fall In Love With
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Dating industry news digest and how to use them to make you share of profit:
- Muzmatch’s nude image detecting feature;
- Nearly half of women said they’ve been cheated on during the pandemic in a dating app survey;
- Dating app that matches you based on your entire birth chart;
- Dating app stocks you might fall in love with.
Muzmatch’s nude image detecting feature
In order to reduce the number of obscene messages, Muzmatch introduced its AI tool to detect and filter unsolicited nude images. Their new tool is able to filter all kinds of inappropriate pictures, from nudes to anime porn.
Filtered images will be labeled as “haram”, and the system will show users a warning that this image contains inappropriate content.
Shahzad Younas, Founder & CEO of muzmatch, said in a statement: “When compared to more mainstream dating apps, the focus at muzmatch is ensuring a wholesome experience for members during their search for a life partner in a manner that respects their faith”
Pro tip: Protecting your users is an important job for the dating site owner. Online daters often interact with catfishing, unsolicited images, spam and etc. You can launch a dating business that provides these users with extra layers of protection and care to win their hearts.
Nearly half of women said they’ve been cheated on during the pandemic in a dating app survey
Dating.com conducted a survey to see how people cheated during the pandemic.
According to their results, around 75% of respondents started using online dating more proactively to move on from their previous relationship during the quarantine.
And around 45% of women said that they were cheated on since late March. While 55% of all respondents were suspecting that they were cheated on.
Maria Sullivan, Vice President of Dating.com explained in a statement: “Stay at home orders placed a strain on many existing relationships and really put those connections to the test The distractions of everyday life were removed during quarantine and, unfortunately, many couples were unable to rediscover that deeper connection.”
Pro tip: From this data, you can go two ways: either target people who cheat and offer services they are looking for. Or help people that got cheated on to move on and do not get discouraged by previous experience.
Dating app that matches you based on your entire birth chart
The new dating app Struck puts astrology as their main feature.
Designed by former Apple engineers with the help of astrologers, Struck generates users’ birth charts to further use them to match suitable people.
Pro tip: Birth and natal charts are a slowly rising trend, while astrology has been and still is an important part of the matchmaking for some daters. Invent your own or use some popular astrological algorithms to match people and help them fall in love.
Dating app stocks you might fall in love with
According to Statista data, online dating revenue is estimated to be $1,754 million in 2020. And for the next 4 years, this revenue should increase with 9% annual growth.
And thanks to Covid-19, virtual dating will continue to be viral, until someone finds a working vaccine.
- In the Q2, Tinder gained around 200K users. Their revenue was $555.5M. Match plans to increase it even more in Q3, to $600M. And Match’s stocks are now trading at an all-time high.
- MEET, from The Meet Group, gained $90.33M in Q2. with net income increasing by five times to $10.38M.
- Spark Networks generated around $114M in revenue.
- Chinese BlueCity is most famous for its LGBTQ app Blued. Their stock skyrocketed by 124%.
Pro tip: Running a business in the dating industry doesn’t mean only having a website or an app. You cnn offer any dating-related services like photoshoots, arranging weddings, dating site profile makeover. And even a stockbroker. Or you can always buy the stocks yourself to earn money when they increase their value over time.
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