Pre-populated global database and a selection of promo tools and affiliate marketing allows you to market and convert dating traffic into revenue from day one.
Here at Dating Factory we strive to build your brand.
An easy to use system with a whole host of features at your fingertips including; a vast array of dating niches including general and adult, each with a huge choice of sub niches to choose from. Coupled with fully customisable site designs allowing you to have your site looking exactly as you want it to (or you can use one of our wide choice of pre made templates), multi languages, geo targeting, country specific pricing and payment options, the best affiliate marketing tools, powerful reporting functions to allow you to really get an in depth insight into your traffic and finances, and advertising system’s to allow you to make money from adverts that you place on your site, message all or only specific members of your site with newsletters or tempting offers.
We are constantly working on new features and always listen to our partners.
From our highly experienced tech teams, designers and customer support team to your personal account manager, you can be safe in the knowledge that you and your business are being well looked after day and night.
By joining Dating Factory, not only will you be joining the world’s largest international dating white label platform, but you will also be able to take full advantage of our powerful online marketing tools for branded dating sites.
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Matt Forney is a Chicago-based author, journalist and entrepreneur.
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The Dating Factory international dating platform supports 22 languages and has a massive global data base of users.
Matt's work has also been featured at Reaxxion, Taki's Magazine, Right On, Alternative Right, and other sites.
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That being said, Sisaundra schooled everyone on how to gracefully cover Tina Turner, and I hope to God she stays another week. Favorite Performance My very favorite performance this week came via Team Usher’s Josh Kaufman. Blake called Josh’s performance as perfect as any he had seen in seven seasons of “The Voice.” Now either Blake stepped into a time machine and checked out the next season or he was confused about where/when he was this week (season 6)…give the poor man a vacation, producers! Great branding Ah, “framily.” This terrible merger of the words friends and family comes courtesy of Sprint and sounds a lot like a painful infection that requires antibiotics. Most unexpected arrangement Kat Perkins’s “Get Lucky” was odd in theory – as Adam said, it was “a heavy metal rendition of a Daft Punk funk tune.” It shouldn’t have worked, but it did. All the human emotions Kristen Merlin gave us all the human emotions this week. Best sweater EVER goes to Pharrell for his Mickey Mouse themed pullover worn during “Come Get It Bae.” It was a perfectly good performance, but that sweater upstaged both the song and the now infamous Arby’s hat. The wonderful Delvin Choice (Team Adam) inexplicably felt connected to the song, but I’m concerned this tepid musical choice may have put out the fire he started last week. Hollaback Woman While I’m a bit bummed that Gwen Stefani didn’t have any new material to perform this week, it was still fun to see her take the stage again with Pharrell (and the sweater! Note: I think it’s safe to say that ten years later, Gwen is no longer a “Hollaback Girl” – she’s a “Hollaback Woman.” 12.… continue reading »