LAGbook founders, Chidi and Chika Nwaogu yesterday launched their second internet company DateSteady.com to work independently but closely with Africa’s fastest growing social network in a move to help its over 600,000 members find and stay in stable relationships.
Initially the social dating utility DateSteady was to work as a social dating application on LAGbook, but the founders decided to launch it as an independent website.
According to Chidi Nwaogu, Co-founder of LAGbook and DateSteady, “DateSteady is intended to be a fast, easy, safe, and more convenient way to find a long-lasting, steady relationship online. DateSteady is 100% free social dating utility with no set-up of hidden fee.”
Chidi also added, “You can get started in less than a minute, search for singles within your age preference and locality. It’s easy to sign-up, use, and invite single friends. With DateSteady, permit me to say, online dating has got a lot much steady than it used to be.”
Chika Nwaogu, Co-founder of DateSteady and LAGbook said,”DateSteady is an extension of the dating service LAGbook offers to its registered users since 2011. We started the development of DateSteady as a social dating application on LAGbook, but on the long run, we decided to release it as an independent website entirely.”
Chika continued, “We intend to use DateSteady to give our LAGbook users a flexible way to extend LAGbook as a social dating utility, and give them one more irresistible reason why LAGbook is the right choice to expand their social discovery experience online. Signups since launch has been impressive. People are responding faster than we expected. If we knew earlier that people wanted DateSteady, we would have rolled it a long time ago”.
The founders say DateSteady is still a Work-In-Progress even when it has been launched to the public and they will be working to improve it daily.
LAGbook is just two years but has grown to become Africa’s fastest growing social networking website with over 600,000 registered users and 6,000 daily new-signups. LAGbook founders have also signed up several other third party applications for the network’s users to take up.