We have no vested interest; our only aim is to find the best dates possible for our clients.
Here are a few of our arguments to bear in mind along with the ‘grain of salt' Mr. We ran a preliminary analysis on our figures over this past year to get a breakdown in the differences between our results on free and pay sites.
Who goes through the painstaking process of completely filling out a profile and then makes the effort to log in every day when they can't even communicate with other members? Rudder that: “You are 12.4 times more likely to get married this year if you don't subscribe to ” There are so many problems with this statistic that it's hard to know where to begin.
One important consideration that he fails to take into account is that online daters are a different breed.
We would like to collect more data before we try to draw a concrete conclusion (stay tuned for a blog on this in the future) on this matter, but our early findings are still pretty interesting: • Messages sent to pay sites were Note: These figures apply to paid dating sites with free-roaming capabilities such as Match and Yahoo! not relationship sites like Chemistry and e Harmony that deliver matches to you and have a guided communication process.