A new report says most Americans think online dating is a good way to meet people.
Almost 60 per cent of Internet users said there is nothing wrong with trying to find a partner on the Internet.
The Pew Report warned people to be careful about those who tell lies about themselves online.
About 54 per cent of online daters said they had a date with someone who was a lot different from their profile.
Of course, just because there’s little content on the first page doesn’t instantly mean the site has no potential to be great.
It actually takes further navigation to determine that.
White-label, open-source, downloadable dating software is, in a way, a thing of the past.
Online dating space itself has consolidated under 2-3 major players, and niche sites are mostly parts of large shared-database networks.
The site is growing everyday and it will grow even more, if you decide to take the short 60 seconds to sign up.
It's more of an overview of key players in dating software industry and some insights on the idea of building a dating site with an off-the-shelf platform.
appear to be much on the outside, but after the quick sign up you’ll see that there’s much more than one may have initially thought.
It’s true that the layout is a little bland, but for being 100% free, the content that’s available is definitely worth it, and very unique from other matchmaking sites.
People just don't have that " is the new darling term. Ah, yes, there's definitely still opportunity, money to make and ideas to explore in the world of "virtual dating". If you want to build a large database and sell your business - go for independent.