Astrological based dating service

27 Jun

The average yearly cost to join a dating services is about 0.

If 5% of dating singles are the paid members, then the dating service market will reach 1 billion dollars membership fee in 2005.

Inadequate membership size is the biggest issue for online dating services.

Many dating sites keep ambiguous reporting of the size of the membership database.

No matter what your opinion is on dating apps, there’s one thing most of us can agree on: Horoscopes are fun, and they can make dating more fun too.

While I’m still pretty dubious about the “science” behind moon and star alignments, Susan and I (that would be Susan Miller, of Astrology Zone) are basically on a first name basis, I consider the Astro Twins to be my pretend BFFs and I check in with Chani and Madame Clairvoyent on the regular.

Instead, all you have to do is link your Facebook profile, provide your birth date, answer one question about your personality and choose six traits and emoji to define myself.

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Built with that same “we both like this already so let’s date/fuck” model, Align matches singles who put more stock in Susan Miller than Neil de Grasse Tyson, . Why learn about the stars when we can feel about them, right?

(Mine’s a scorpion, for the record.) Tinder, as an alternative, pairs people who, well, want to sleep together, and then maybe round home for a relationship afterward.

Other than it being for singles, Tinder doesn’t specify what “kinds” of users appeal to the app.

Besides membership fee income, all big dating services still have huge amount of revenue from advertisement and local dating party events.

That's why many people still want to get into dating service market.