One of the reasons free online dating sites are so popular is that paid sites sound like a ripoff.
Who wants to shell out hundreds of dollars to meet the love of their life when other sites offer the same services for free?
Last spring, Ok Cupid argued that people should never pay for online dating because there aren't enough people willing to pay a fee for dating services.
The authors of “Freakonomics” discovered that 56% of men that create an online dating profile do not even get one single message while Jupiter Research found that 97% quit within 3 months.
But are these algorithms the secret to life-long love, or just a way to suck in hopeless romantics?
" data-twitter=" data-twitter-url=" class="share-buttons" After a rough breakup last January, I was sad and single in the Big Apple.
I remember, in the test, there was the line "if you have any STDs please go .. I expect that's been 'cleansed' from the site too :)Rewriting history? It was written for business purposes and was later removed due to business purposes.
Dating sites claim the ability to find you the perfect match.