Online dating has long been part of everyday life for millions of people, with over a quarter of new relationships in the UK now starting in the digital world.
Particularly in recent years, the rise of smartphones has made meeting people online easier and faster than ever before.
Tinder, however, isn’t the only mobile location-based dating app – and some of these other apps have already started making use of ads and monetizing.
Meet Me and Are You Interested (AYI), have premium options that a user can pay for, but also feature ads in their free versions. A focus on placement When a viewer is on-the-go, advertising placement must be strategically done so the viewer doesn’t have to do much searching to find it.
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