New Christian Dating Site, GodsDateMatch, Confirms a “Needed” Section Devoted to Parents Without Partners

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Once again, out of the box thinking catches competitors by surprise.

Hardly a week goes by when that new kid-on-the-block, GodsDateMatch ( isn’t coming up with another startling marketing idea. This time, it’s a section on their site devoted to parents without partners. Here, unattached parents will have the opportunity to meet others in the same situation.

Judging by its simplicity and obvious appeal, it would appear they have another possible “home run” here. So much so, industry observers wonder why the big boy sites didn’t think of it first?

One dating industry insider claimed the idea had come up from time to time, but they always thought it wasn’t necessary. “If a Christian wanted to meet another Christian, they need only select a possible connection on their site and that was it. Made no difference whether they were parents without partners or not.”

In fact, when told of their comment, a high level GodsDateMatch official, responded by saying, “They miss the point entirely. People interested in making a connection feel much more comfortable knowing that the person they will be meeting not only is aware of their specific situation, but is likely to be in the same circumstances as they are.”

So how important may this new feature be?

It is expected this new feature will pull in another several thousand new members per week. These, in addition to the many thousands more that are opting for God’s Date Match weekly because of its 30 day free joining feature.

But possibly an even bigger draw is the fact that GodsDateMatch ( never charges connection fees. Some of these costs can be as high as $5.95 or more per connection – an amount that weighs heavily on limited budgets.

But the established Christian dating sites may have more to be concerned with. It is rumored that GodsDateMatch has a lot more surprises to come. Even though these sites are older, more experienced, it would seem they could take some marketing lessons from these new kids.

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Richard Kurtzrock
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