Tired of Tinder? You might want to take a leaf out of Mark Rofe's book.
This thirty-year-old single has abandoned the apps and bought himself a billboard on Fairfield Street in Manchester in hope of finding a date instead.
He's even set up a fundraising page to expand his ad into new sections of the city.
That's certainly one way to make yourself stand out from the crowd.
What's more, there's a website - datingmark.co.uk - which tells potential applicants what they'll be getting if they apply for a romantic evening with Mr Rofe.
The homepage reads:
"I’m Mark, an extremely handsome and modest 30 year old living in Sheffield. I work in marketing, and if you’re reading this, then I must be pretty ok at it.
"You’re probably here because you’re interested in dating me (thank you, I’m flattered), or you’re just wondering wtf this website is about.
"I bought a billboard in Manchester and made this website because I’m single, all my friends are getting married, and I’m struggling to get a date."
The website includes info about Mark (including height and number of girls kissed), a few photos, and a Date Application counter - which at the time of writing is 63.
So, yeah. By putting up a dating billboard, this chap has managed to build a lengthy queue of people lining up to meet him.