Intro

When you meet the love of your life, people are going to ask you “how did you meet?”. Can you meet the love of your life through a dating site? Randy drank coffee at 5pm today, and you can hear it in his presentation during this awesome episode! 

Choose your Dating Site

  • There are so many out there. It’s likely you’ve heard of eHarmony, OKCupid, Bumble/Tinder, Match and Plenty of Fish
    • After signing up for 2 or 3 of those sites, I ended up just deciding to pay money. This wasn’t just overnight. 
      • I had quite a few dates from Plenty of Fish, but the profiles I “matched” with had a similar them: The guilty until proven innocent story. “I’ve been hurt, you’re on watch, I know what all men (or women) are like. If you answer yes to A, B, C, and W, you’re not the one for me. Keep on reading, so that I can tell you a ton of other negative things that I will project onto you through my profile, blah, blah, blah.”. 
  • If you Google “online dating statistics”, you’re immediately going to see a lot of information in the top search results from eHarmony.
  • The website, Statista.com, a site that is not eHarmony, stated that in 2018, online dating revenue in the US amounted to 555 million dollars. Apparently, the most popular dating website in the US is Match.com. Ok, so I don’t know what the heck I’m talking about. I figured that eHarmony is everywhere, and assume they’re the most popular.
  • Upon browsing the Match Group’s website, sites such as Tinder, Match, OkCupid, Plenty of Fish, and more, are owned by this same group! Alright, Match.com, you win. I recommend you.

Closing Remarks

I’d like to our audience and our co-host, Christa, for putting time aside to listen to the podcast.

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