We regularly receive requests from newspaper, magazine, radio and TV journalists look for people to feature in pieces about online dating.
If you would like to be considered for future press requests, please email us with your contact details, age, and whether you are looking for love or have found love on Muddy Matches.
It’s a great opportunity to promote your own business or cause as well as getting your 5 minutes of fame.
We will not pass on your details to anyone without contacting you first!
Farmers Weekly are looking for rural couples to speak to them about their relationship for a new series in the magazine. Whether you’re in a new relationship or have been together for years, they’d love to hear from you.
The articles will be light-hearted and not too intrusive, so you won’t have to reveal anything too much. Questions will include how you met, what you love about your partner and what makes countryside love different to love in urban areas.
If you’d like to see your name in print, email Tim Relf at email@example.com to find out more.
A new BBC show, produced by Predictable Media is looking for single men who would like a makeover to help them to find a date.
Assistant producer Kat said:
“In the show, three of the best businesses compete to be named Best in Town. The show we are currently working on pitches three of the best beauticians in London against each other. There are three rounds in the show, and the final round, is the ultimate challenge that puts our beauticians to the test and under pressure.
Creatively, we were thinking of finding three single men who are looking for a date/ girlfriend, and our beauticians would be challenged to make them over, groom them, and help them feel confident ahead of a night of speed dates.”
If you would like to take part, please email Kat Yazhari.
A leading women’s magazine is looking to find a woman under 40 who has left her life in the city and found love in the countryside to feature in a “really positive and inspiring real life story”.
The writer said: “The feature will be handled very sensitively, and we’ll be able to read the copy back to whoever we interview before it goes to press.”
If you fit the criteria yourself or know someone who does please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put you in touch with the features writer.
If you have turned your back on city life to find love in the countryside, we want to hear from you!
To tie in with the release of the Tamara Drew DVD, we’re looking for women who might have initially been nervous about rural dating but have since thrown out their powersuits, pulled up their wellies and discovered that countryside dating has a lot more to offer than its urban counterpart.
Perhaps you are the real life Tamara Drewe?
We’d love to hear from anyone who has enjoyed a countryside romance, or met the love of their lives, and who would be happy speaking to media about what they think makes rural romance so special…is it the fresh air, burley men or just simply good old fashioned values?
There’s also a chance to win a copy of the feel-good comedy on DVD, out on 28 March (just in time for Mother’s Day!).
To find out more about this, please get in touch with Lucy on 01933 311500 or at email@example.com.