Online dating commercials
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The account has been around for more than a year, but only has eight tweets.
Obviously social media isn’t their marketing forte (nor is web design), so I mean why not spend six figures buying some ads?
Online dating ads have become quite common on television — especially targeting sports channels — and new sites seem to pop up all the time.
Tonight’s National League Wild Card game saw an aggressive push by a new online dating site, Curves Connect.