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Why data will win the dating game, now Facebook is in the market

"Rivals should be utterly terrified," The Motley Fool's Senior Technology Specialist said of Facebook's entry into the dating industry.

Such rivals seem to be masking that terror by expressing enthusiasm for the move or raising concerns about whether Facebook can be trusted with such personal data following the Cambridge Analytica revelations.

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What brands can learn from the Ashley Madison hack

Ashley Madison, which proudly bills itself as "the most famous name in infidelity and married dating" is at the center of what might become one of the most talked-about hacking incidents ever.

The hack and subsequent release of the identities and personal information of tens of millions of people seeking extramarital affairs online has brought embarrassment to outed celebrities and politicians, and is already being blamed for at least two suicides.

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Start Me Up! A profile of Curiously

Curiously is a dating site which is centred around music tastes. 

I've been asking Grant Powell, the founder and CEO of Curiously about his plans for world domination... 

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Five dating tips you can apply to your email marketing

With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching many of you will be gearing up to send as many heartfelt emails to your subscribers as possible, encouraging them to treat their special someone.

Unfortunately many of those emails won’t hit the mark and you could see your unsubscribes and spam complaints increasing with every soppy campaign you send. 

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Is Google+ facing a demographic fail?

If the future of the internet is social, as some believe, the long-term fate of the world's largest search engine could rest on how well its social network, Google+ does.

While it has a long way to go before it catches up to Facebook in popularity and adoption, with over 100m users, it would appear that Google is off to a decent start.

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Love is in the air… but not always in the inbox

Valentine’s Day is a difficult one for single people, and a great many of the UK’s 15m singles turn to online dating sites to find a special someone with whom to spend the evening.

Research suggests that there are 24m first dates in the UK each year,  of which 69% are arranged through online dating.

As a result, online dating is an enormously competitive market, and sites must send relevant, engaging email that perfectly matches their subscribers’ wants and needs.

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