After selling company stocks to Sequioa Capital and other venture capitalists, Dr. Warren left the site’s day-to-day operations in early 2007. Warren, now 76, is back, endorsing a new set of TV commercials. The new ad campaign started last weekend.
Be sure to mention this promise when you ask for help with your account, your matches, your refund, et cetera. Don’t forget — they CARE about you.
That man is not Warren, he is Walt Disney defrosted. eHarmony is like Disneyland and eDarling is like EuroDisney.
10+ years obsolete site, in decadence.
Paid dating sites had been losing traffic since 2009. They are desperately trying to acquire new subscribers or renew old ones.
Daters need innovations, the latest discoveries in Theories of Romantic Relationship Development.
If eHarmony really cared so much about compatible matches for everyone and each member finding their partner, they would find a way to make the site totally free, like OkCupid is and use advertisement revenue on the site for funding so that everyone in the world could live happily ever after…
Fernando, I agree but from what I can see, eHarmony and Match are the two in business that have the brand recognition and reasonable numbers that it is even worth paying for if one wants to bother investing money in online dating.
Everyone knows about them, so whoever tries online dating (for fees) will go to one of those two sites. The free alternatives, PlentyofFish and OkCupid, do not have anywhere near the volume of users, active or archived to compete.
It is a pretty sad state of things if you are single and looking online. I am back to the thoughts that one may have much better luck in the real world than online.
I think the best hope to level the playing field is if the Match.com lawsuit goes through and it sets a precedent that all sites must disclose who is a paying member. That way, the “big 2″ can’t coast forever and continually rake in new members on skewed statistics.
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