Check it out after the break and let us know what you think.Any of you who have tried both MMOs and dating websites have an opinion of your own?Well, I’ve personally used Match, e Harmony, Plenty of Fish and OK Cupid.They all have some similarities as well as some major differences: e Harmony After you’ve completed that first major step of filling out all of those questions and essays, you can essentially sit back as e Harmony sends you profiles of people that it thinks are right for you.However, only 33% of dating site users are dating someone from that site.While all the data used in the infographic might not be 100% correct it does prove to be an interesting read.
You have to be in the same location as another single person, you both have to be interested in finding someone to date, and you both have to like the other person enough to want to connect with them again through a phone call or a date.
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Arguably an even bigger headscratcher is why e Harmony was selected over Match, which has a much more comparable subscriber base; Match.com’s demographic and median age are likely much more comparable to Wo W.
My guess: e Harmony creates a bigger distinction; had they gone with Match the data doesn’t seem so eye-popping.