Internet dating commercial
In the mid-1990’s, online dating sites such as marked the commercial internet’s first foray into dating and relationships.
As these sites have evolved in the ensuing years, they have typically assumed one of two forms.
Curves was started so that you will be accepted just the way you are.
At Curves you’ll find real photos of real people looking for real, meaningful relationships.
The number of Americans getting married has been steadily declining, and today a record-low 51% of the public is currently married (in 1960, 72% of all adults 18 and older were married).
Americans are also waiting until later in life to get married, and other living arrangements—such as cohabitation, single person households, and single parenthood—have grown more common in recent decades.
Research into whether online dating actually produces more successful relationships or romantic outcomes than conventional (offline) dating is generally inconclusive, although these sites clearly offer a qualitatively different experience compared with traditional dating.
Networks can typically remove these ads (once I tweeted about an ad for an NYC strip club that aired and someone from ESPN got in contact with me to get more details so they could begin the process of having it removed).
Jerry and the leadership team of Farmers Only decided to build a site where people feel comfortable showing and sharing their true selves, true pictures and true interests.
No more posting a photo from 20 years ago because you think you looked better!
Below, is video of the ad that aired in the first, as well as the third inning for those with Direc TV.
It was actually the first ad that aired during the game.