Research from IBIS released last August showed dating services in Australia over the past five years have grown in popularity, mainly because as individuals increasingly postpone marriage until later in life, they have had to recruit outside help in their search for the perfect match.
Lots of dating sites promise to find you your perfect match, claiming they have cracked the ultimate equation for calculating compatibility.
Well, Singld Out may have taken it to the next level. We spoke with Singld Out co-founder Elle France about this unique approach to dating.
In fact in some cases, the subtext was that it worked a bit too well: "The guy with the highest match percentage that I went on dates with seemed more like a friend, though.
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As a rule of thumb, women are inundated with messages and replies, while men barely get any, as demonstrated by a fascinating experiment involving dummy accounts on OKCupid here.
In summary, over four months with identical profile content the subjectively most attractive female avatar had maxed out "her" inbox with 528 messages, while the most handsome male account had received just 38.[pullquote source="Keep Inline]All but the most basic online dating sites include some kind of algorithm to try and partner customers up with someone they'll hit it off with, with varying degrees of scientific hype behind their advertising copy.
According to IBIS senior industry analyst Ryan Lin, the uptake of online dating services has been driven by how comfortable people have become with being online.
At the same time, he said the perception of online dating has now changed, and it's no longer seen as the place for desperate singles, but as a legitimate means of meeting new people.
So let’s say I get a DNA match from Singld Out and I’m a huge movie buff.