Serious about getting married? Then don’t miss this opportunity to BOOST your chances!
August 8, 2022
Sometimes being on a marriage app trying to find your future spouse can feel like you’re waiting in a long queue of potentials, trying to get noticed and picked out of all the other people on the app... and there is nothing worse than waiting in a long queue, or feeling like you don’t stand out, am I right? If only there was some sort of magical way to cut in line and get ahead of all the other members out there...oh wait...there is!
Looking for your soulmate?
You won’t find your soulmate on this blog post but you might find them on Muzz - the world’s biggest Muslim dating and marriage app.
As your final 2020 gift, Muzz is bringing you...Boosts!
What are boosts?
Boosts are the newest feature to go live on Muzz. All you do is tap the rocket icon, and your profile gets pushed ahead of all the others, allowing you to stand out of the crowd. This ensures you get more views, and more matches!
This is how it works:
It’s so simple, just by tapping the rocket button you get 30x more visits than you normally would, increasing your chances of getting a match! Don’t believe us? Well at the end of each boost period you actually get told how many profile visits you had thanks to this feature alone.
“But I’m not a Gold member!”
Unlike our other special features, this one isn't just for gold members, it’s available for everyone! Gold members do get one free boost per week as part of their membership, however, if you wanted to pay for a boost without a membership, you can do this too.
You can pay for 1, 5, or 10 at a time. You know how when you buy things from stores in bulk (like Costco) you get a discount? Well, the same applies here, buy boosts in bulk and you get a discount too- for more information check out boosts on our app!
All boosts last for 24 hours, but you choose when to use them. You have complete control.
We know you want to get married, and we want you to get married, which is why we’re releasing this new feature just for you.
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