Keeping those new figures in mind, we decided to explore how the most popular matchmaking sites did on social media.
We used Spike to analyze their social content on Facebook and Instagram from January 15th through February 15th, 2017.
The top video was Zoosk’s video on “How to text someone you like“, which featured a relationship coach giving helpful tips.
Links were the most commonly posted format, followed by photo content.
Match, despite being a well-known dating site, didn’t post any content at all to its Facebook Page.
e Harmony produced the most content with 88 posts, and the average amount of content posted was 36 posts.
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With 5.5 million active users, it's the biggest niche and religious dating site in the world, with an even larger community base to support any Christian single's faith.
e Harmony, Grindr, Bumble, and Zoosk were the only brands to post any video content., meaning more people visit these online dating sites on a monthly basis.Although this list can change every few months, the biggest of the bunch usually stay the same.More » The largest of the free dating sites, POF boasts an (estimated) 23 million unique members using the site every month.While owner Markus Frind has wiped the site of folks only looking for casual dating or an age-gap relationship, I've found this has only increased the incidence of folks lying about their age or intentions.