Have Dating Websites Reached Their Peak?


Paid internet dating is on a downward trend.

How many marriages a day do Internet dating sites generate? Last year, the Wall Street Journal tried to cut through the hype and found that the claims put forth by major players such as eHarmony, Match.com and Plenty of Fish were dubious at best. And yet eHarmony’s latest news release can’t help but crow about a three-year-old Harris Interactive poll that said, “On average, 236 people are married in the United States every day as a result of being matched by eHarmony.” Really? By the latest national marriage figures, that would mean it’s driving nearly 4 percent a day. If that’s true, might I suggest the site look into hooking up its customers with caterers and ministers? Because it stands to reason that it’s losing a golden opportunity to grow the business.


Looking for Romance? Online Dating More Effective than the Bar


Online dating is the preferred way singles meet.

In the marketplace for romance, megapixels are now officially more effective than bar-side flirtations.

More than twice as many couples who married last year met through online dating services than at a club or social event, according to a new survey commissioned by Match.com.


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Radaroo: Finding Love In 140 Characters Or Less On Twitter

Radaroo: Finding A Date In 140 Characters Or Less On Twitter

 Radaroo Twitter Dating Service

As Twitter helps businesses and people communicate in 140 characters or less, brevity in communication is changing businesses marketing strategies and replacing long, drawn out corporate communications. As Twitter transforms the business world, could it also change the business of online dating, with online matchmaking profiles in 140 characters or less?

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