And that’s not working either (how do we know this? If was working it’d be in the top 5 results by now, don’t you think, especially with Easydate’s coffers?
) We’ve been testing our own site since January, 2008, and over that time, we’ve gathered sufficient data to give you a good idea of what’s going on inside these “search engines” and whether something like this will ever work in the world of online dating. People don’t “shop” on a dating comparison site like they do for other products & services. The dating sites won’t work with you (as much as you’d like).
Like, it’s his character that makes me want to stab myself in the slew of new south.
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We’re busting our grey cells trying to conceive a dating comparison site that people will love and trust (All The Dates.com).
They have to be confident in the site’s integrity before they will commit (is the site trustworthy, does it have a good following, have I heard of it before, and in what context? Add to that the question of whether their memberships really want to be splashed all over this-or-that comparison site, and you have the Oxford Englis Dictionary definition of “pushing water uphill”. If you don’t have the top dating sites on board, you’re wasting your time. If you don’t have the top tunes that everyody wants, who cares how slick your site is?
And as for market value, those days of jam tomorrow are long gone (“we’re just on the cusp of signing a big deal with EMI…how often have you heard that type of statement? In all honesty, if an aggregator’s offering doesn’t offer the top, well-known dating sites, consumers won’t buy, and they won’t trust you as a totally impartial service. Everyone to date (including us) has tried to be too clever.