Dating website for farmers has broad appeal
Columbus, OH – According to the Online Publisher's Association, U.S. consumers spend roughly $2 billion for web content - and in three of the last four years on record, most of that spending has come in the personals and dating category. The online dating boom has also led to some niche websites, including one developed in Ohio that caters to the farming community. In 2005, Beachwood, Ohio's Jerry Miller launched FarmersOnly.com with just a few members. In less than a year, membership grew to 10,000 and today that number exceeds 60,000. In a conversation with Mike Foley, Miller describes why he created the website, which features the slogan "city folks just don't get it."
To check it out for yourself, visit FarmersOnly