The U.S. has been slow to adopt SMS messaging and the mobile web but that is set to change. The mobile dating segment will grow faster in the next three years than the online dating industry as a whole
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 30, 2006
MobileDatingWatch.com was officially launched today as the news site of choice for the mobile dating industry, an important emerging sector of the online personals industry. Mobile dating services are offered by Match.com and Webdate.com, most notably. These services allow users to browse profiles on their cell phones and communicate with members.
MobileDatingWatch.com falls under the wing of news and commentary service OnlinePersonalsWatch.com. Editor/analyst, Mark Brooks, will provide daily summaries of mobile dating industry news, along with commentary and additional insights on the industry. “The U.S. has been slow to adopt SMS messaging and the mobile web but that is set to change. The mobile dating segment will grow faster in the next three years than the online dating industry as a whole,” stated Mark Brooks.
The goal of both and MobileDatingWatch.com and OnlinePersonalsWatch.com is to provide news updates to executives, allow the press to research the industry and connect with executives, and be a watchdog protecting user interests. Both services regularly interview top executives and industry luminaries to provide insights on the future of the industries. Official online personals site rankings are provided each month from leading competitive intelligence and analysis firms Hitwise, Comscore and Nielsen//Netratings on OnlinePersonalsWatch.com.
About MobileDatingWatch.com: No ads, no fluff, just raw news relevant to the emerging mobile dating industry.
About OnlinePersonalsWatch.com: Just raw news, relevant to the online personals industry. Since June 2004 OPW has established itself as the news portal for the online personals industry. ‘Online personals’ includes internet dating, social networking and business networking.
About Mark Brooks: Mark is the editor of OnlinePersonalsWatch.com and MobileDatingWatch.com and was formerly a consultant for Friendster, a senior manager at FriendFinder, and VP at Cupid.com and Diet.com. Mark is now a qualitative analyst of the online personals industry, keynote speaker, and handles media relations for the internet dating convention (http://www.idate.2006.com).
Contact: Mark Brooks