Almost everyone checks or changes their relationship status on Facebook from time to time — and dating companies like and Zoosk advertise heavily on the site.If you're a dating site, Facebook is your Super Bowl.We agreed to keep this executive anonymous because he is hoping to repair his relationship with Facebook.The problem is that several major dating site brands — like Zoosk, and e Harmony — are allowed to advertise on Facebook.But you won't see a bunch of smaller, niche dating sites advertising there. And they're going to stay banned, Facebook tells Business Insider.The policy has frustrated a whole range of companies who make small, niche dating sites, like Catholic (for single Christians) and Hi Dine (for restaurant lovers).
Another question asked if the user was looking for permanent marriage, Islamic temporary marriage or "unknown".
Seeking Arrangement caters to a very specific type of relationship, but the lessons here should apply to other dating sites and even to other aspects of digital life, Leroy Velasquez, a Seeking Arrangement spokesman, tells . It's a really crappy version of what a man or woman would get on a dating profile," he says.
"Because of the fact that we do cater to wealthy demographic, we do get an influx of scammers," he says. Seeking Arrangement got its latest stats from screening new profiles over 10 months.
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