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Dating.com Launches Awareness Campaign at One of Florida's Busiest International Airports to Help Travelers Find Love and Happiness Online

Dating.com has launched a new brand awareness campaign this September using offline and online banner advertisements at one of Florida's busiest international airports located in Greater Miami.

NEW YORK, Sept. 15, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Global dating service Dating.com has successfully launched its new brand awareness campaign this September with the display of offline and online banner advertisements at one of Florida's busiest international airports located in Greater Miami. The initiative will inspire travelers to learn more about the chance of finding love online using the popular global dating brand Dating.com. Following the launch of the awareness campaign at this initial airport, Dating.com plans to expand its campaign to other Florida airports and more airports nationwide.

Featuring the Dating.com floating heart logo and a simple but effective slogan, 'Online dating at its best on Dating.com', the eye-catching banner advert invites all who see it to 'Find Your Ideal Match Today!'. Travelers will view the vibrant red banner adverts as they pass through the customs clearance zone and the waiting rooms located inside the airport, which in July saw over 470,000 passengers travel through its terminals. To ensure the campaign is a success, Dating.com has also arranged for the display of online banner adverts, which travelers will view when they connect to the internet via the airport's Wi-Fi service. Dating.com expects the coordinated offline and online awareness campaign to be highly effective in encouraging new members to register and find out more about the service.

With a large traveler base located in the Greater Miami metropolitan area of south Florida, the airport serves a steady stream of passengers throughout the year. International airports are bustling and stimulating environments full of positive emotions with people arriving to meet friends, family and loved ones. Many departing passengers often fly out on thrilling trips with hope in their hearts and adventurous dreams to follow. Dating.com regards the airport as the perfect setting for its new dating awareness campaign, which aims to inspire passengers to find love and romance using its iPhone and Android dating app and website. According to a study by OMC (Outdoor Media Center), 85% of passengers find airport advertising of real interest and are open to products they see through these channels.

Singles who choose to register and date online using the services of Dating.com will find a global membership with a real buzz and plenty of exciting new people. Dating.com offers members a high quality dating experience with 24/7 customer care, verified profiles and an ironclad safety and security system. Members on Dating.com can find partners using the easy search tool or take advantage of the Let's Mingle dating invite service to attract matches fast. The popular global dating service offers a full range of features including video chat, direct email, instant messaging, and photo swap.

Visit http://www.Dating.com to learn more and start dating worldwide.

About Dating.com
Dating.com is the place to meet people from around the world for exciting communication and online companionship. The service increases the chances of members to meet someone new, discover unique places, explore new cultures, and do things they would never have had the chance to do before. Dating.com covers over 32 countries and offers the technology to help members take communication further than ever.

Media Contact:
Company Name: Dating.com
Contact: Dating.com PR
Email: adv (at) dating (dot) com
Phone: +1 (212) 609-0533

 

SOURCE Dating.com

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