Meet Moi

Blogs and Press
Synopsis
MeetMoi takes online dating to the streets—and the supermarket, the museum, the coffee shop on the corner, the bookstore…wherever you are. The phone app scans for matches while you go about your day to day.

Meet Moi

Blogs and Press

Synopsis

MeetMoi takes online dating to the streets—and the supermarket, the museum, the coffee shop on the corner, the bookstore…wherever you are. The phone app scans for matches while you go about your day to day. If two well-suited MeetMoi users come in range of each other, they can meet up for a casual face-to-face. No hours spent scanning through lengthy and inconsistent dating profiles!

Blog Writing Challenge

As a geo-dating website, MeetMoi needed a blog that matched its casual vibe. Rather than addressing traditional dating topics—such as the best lobster rolls in NYC—we brainstormed topics that leverage chance, happenstance, and dating in the age of the Smartphone.

Solution

Our copywriters craft witty blog posts packed with advice. Recent posts include how to choose a profile picture, how to keep a text conversation from losing its steam, and pick-up lines…for women. The blogging has just begun, and reader comments keep rolling in!

Excerpt

Ladies, ever spot a cute guy but been paralyzed as to how to start a conversation? It used to be fine to play coy and wait for him to approach, but this is 2012, the year of Lady GaGa and Carly Rae Jepsen (Dude, call her already, won’t you?)!

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