This month Dating Factory has successfully launched it’s Japanese franchise DatingFactory.jp.
(PRWEB) May 13, 2011
Japan has proven to be attractive for the big players in the dating industry with a population of over 127 million of which 78.2% are active internet users (by Internet World Stats). Companies like eHarmony and Match are trying to buy their way into the market and make the most of the Japanese “population crisis.” The main difficulties for anyone trying to get Japanese dating users are cultural adaptation of the service and local knowledge. This is where the unique franchise model provided by DatingFactory.com comes into play.
This month Dating Factory has successfully launched it’s Japanese franchise DatingFactory.jp. Many additional features had to be developed and added including a full translation of the dating service to Japanese, customer support and unique logic that appeals to the local market- for example adding blood type matching, users id verification, Japanese Yen as payment currency. The website design and templates were created in close cooperation with Japanese specialists and have incorporated all necessary requirements and style.
Masato Hori says: “I was very positive from the first meeting with Dating Factory team and now, I’ve seen what they have done for me, I am confident that this great opportunity for online dating market in Japan will result in the long term successful business for me and for many affiliates and white label partners who want to promote for our market.”
About DatingFactory.com: The first international white label dating platform and affiliate network to successfully incorporate multi lingual franchise model and cover 14 languages. Fully customizable websites, unique niche technology, and the most comprehensive administrative interface and reporting together with local customer support and millions of users worldwide creates high earning opportunities for any business or individual who wants to create income from online the dating business. Dating Factory is actively supporting http://www.savethechildren.org.uk and have collected funds for Save the children Japanese appeal.