Goodbye Loneliness: Find Your Dream Partner with Meetic and AOL

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Paris, 06/01/2005 Â? AOL and meetic, EuropeÂ?s biggest singles forum, have joined forces to help lonely hearts on their quest for a soul mate. On June 1, 2005, as part of a long-term strategic collaboration, a large personals/matchmaking channel will be launched on AOL.

The co-branded singles channel doesn’t merely offer lonely-heart listings: An extensive editorial setting offers users plenty of reading material. A daily Single Alert presents the Single of the Day complete with a picture and profile to fall in love with All users have the opportunity to enter the world of meetic via AOL and date in the big single-community.

Love stories about happy couples who have already found each other point the way with happy endings. And AOL customers can avail themselves of the full range of meetic’s features, including setting up their own personal profile, posting several photos, direct contact via chat, and numerous search functions.

An opening special in the form of attractive offers awaits all AOL users looking for love: People who register for meetic via AOL get the first three days free, with additional specials available periodically thereafter.

“As Europe’s leading dating platform, meetic will enhance the appeal of our site and our editorial environments. With millions of singles worldwide, we now offer our customers the perfect setting for flirting and falling in love,” beams Torsten Ahlers, AOL Germany’s Vice President Interactive Marketing.

“AOL is one of the biggest online brands in Germany, with extensive reach and highly active users. We expect the collaboration will considerably help us to communicate our services and convince even more singles of meetic“ says Christian Köhler, meetic Country Manager Germany, explaining the rationale behind the collaboration. The media agency in charge of the alliance also expressed its satisfaction: “AOL’s professional collaboration and high service level have won us over in the past as well,” says Olaf Mahr, CEO of pilot 1/0 GmbH & Co. KG


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