Today, you can date almost anyone, anywhere, anytime. But sometimes with dating goes disappointments and considerable fatigue. A recent TNS KANTAR study for Match shows that today 45% of single women complain about the lack of commitment of other singles.
In this fast-dating-apps environment, a lot of singles are constantly tempted to date someone new, thinking the grass is always greener somewhere else. This leads to meaningless connections between people, unpleasant dating behaviours and an absence of commitment.
On the other hand, many singles are still ready for a real story. They are willing to commit to their search for love, have the right intentions and are truly invested in their dates. These are the kind of singles you can find on Match.
Unfortunately, in recent years, modern dating often portrayed this great mindset as old-fashioned and boring in favour of swipes and unlimited exploration. When you’re listening to them, commitment may sound like a bad word. That’s why Match has decided to do the exact opposite and celebrate the sexiness, the coolness of commitment.
A very sensual connotation… to reveal a true intention.
This campaign, based on quotes from seven ex-singles resonates as seven reasons to remind commitment leads to real stories without losing their sexiness. Because moving in together, sharing a toothbrush glass, or even searching for your next holiday location together can be very desirable… even in 2019.
If commitment turns you on…
With this European campaign developed by Marcel, Match calls disappointed committed singles to join a place where they can start real stories.
As VP Brand and Consumer Europe Jérôme Rivière said: “This campaign is a statement from the brand to celebrate committed singles in dating. Our mission is to create a dating journey that’s worth it and help singles to Start Something Real. The best way to do so is to connect them with singles that want the same thing.”
Launched in Scandinavia, the UK and in France this summer in OOH, digital and radio, the campaign will roll out in the rest of Europe until this fall.