December 6, 2010 & Daily Star Launch Innovative Social Dating Partnership & Daily Star launch innovative social dating partnership

London, 16th Dec 2010 : New deal paves the way for others to follow

The Daily Star is offering its users a new way to meet people online. Gone are the days of users paying a monthly, up front subscription fee to meet that special someone. The arrival of free to use social networks has meant everything online has had to evolve including dating. Enter DailyStar Flirt ( ;

Daily Star chose to partner with due to its numerous consumer and technology benefits, all of which are now available to new partners worldwide :

* Immediate access to the world’s largest social dating community of over 88 million users

* Average session time of 20 minutes to yield large amounts of page impressions

* Convenient and hassle free Set Up, no technical resources or upfront investment required

 * Free to use, Pay As You Go service, currently revolutionizing the traditional monthly subscription based model

With over 1 in 5 relationships now starting online according to a recent study, Daily Star Flirt expects to connect thousands of Guys and Girls creating hundreds of new relationships in the UK in its first 3 months. Farzad Jamal, Internet Controller for The Daily Star added “Meeting people online has become such a big trend in recent years that we want to make sure we provide our readers with the best services available .”

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