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Indian women (and men) are redefining the ways in which they find the right partner, and enabling them - is Woo! Join us on on the Finding Mr. Right as we decode what the search involves today.
Indian women (and men) are redefining the ways in which they find the right partner, and enabling them – is Woo! Join us on on the Finding Mr. Right as we decode what the search involves today.
Once upon a time, the quest for a companion was limited to one’s friends and social circle. No longer!
A true companion, a friend or a partner could be waiting for you anywhere in this world. Someone with whom you find that instant connect…
Woo is a leading dating app for urban singles to connect with like-minded people with interests and lifestyles similar to yours.Women’s Web would like to listen to your experiences of Finding Mr Right.
Do you have a story of how you found your Mr. Right?
Do you have a story of how you connected with a stranger and then became friends?
DO you have a funny experience to share about the journey, if you haven’t found him yet?
Step 1: Write a blog post on your own blog on the theme, Finding. Mr Right. You can share a personal story, talk about a friend’s experience, or just talk about a funny incident you encountered in searching the Mr Right.
Step 2: Make sure to add this paragraph to your post:
“This blogathon is supported by Woo, The most popular match making app in India with a base of over 3.5 million users.”
Step 3: Submit a link to your blogpost in the comments section below with your name.
And…you are done! (Use the hashtag #WooLetsTalk and tag www.facebook.com/getwooapp when you post on social media.)
Wandering Soul wins the 1st prize of shopping vouchers worth Rs.2500 with her entry, Where Art Thou?
Kanika G wins the 2nd prize of shopping vouchers worth Rs.1500 with her entry, When I Lost My Marbles
November’s Child wins the 3rd prize of shopping vouchers worth Rs.1000 with her entry, Letter to Mr. Right
Congratulations and a big note of thanks to every single participant!
Here are the fun prizes courtesy Woo.
Submit your blogpost link in the comments below latest by Dec 15th, 12 AM (Midnight).
With a base of over 3.5 million users which is rapidly growing, Woo has become the most popular dating app in India. According to IMRB report 2015, Woo topped the list of top 10 dating apps in India. Woo provides a platform of like-minded urban singles looking for a life partner.
Woo provides a host of unique features for its users thereby making this search journey more enjoyable and easy. Some of the features like Tag Search help users discover people based on attributes that matter to them. Question cast is another feature where a user can ask or answer a question and get matched if the conversation piques their interest. A bunch of other features such as Crush and Boost hugely increase the chance of you finding the right match.
Since its launch in July 2014, Woo has been lauded for its women-centric approach and the sting out of the arduous road to meeting someone special, especially in a country like India.
Get started on your journey to finding your companion! Download the Woo App here.
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