Around this time was getting national media attention and Dr.Warren’s e Harmony was starting to become a large player in the industry.Dating or matchmaking services involve helping people to meet, communicate, interact and eventually build a romantic relationship.It enables people who are single and searching for partners to meet people who they are compatible with, start to interact and eventually get to know each other so well that they can start a relationship independent of the matchmaker.I have enough experience from prior projects to know how to outcompete most other sites.If you don't currently have the skills yourself, you generally have two options: pay someone; or learn programming. In my experience, most people asking this question are looking for a programmer to "partner up with" where the programmer puts in all of the up-front time investment and the marketing guy helps monetize the idea.When a person registers with a matchmaker, the matchmaker would take time to get to know the individual; he/she would ask questions that would reveal the nature and character of the person, their jobs, likes and dislikes, life ambition and goals, accomplishments, past relationships and experiences, finances, education and a lot more.They would also want to know if the client has had any criminal records, medical problems or bankruptcy issues.
Programming always takes more time than everyone thinks to get all of the features in place to bring a project to life.
I have prior success in online marketing and sales such that I'm able to live permanently in the Philippines and other countries from my online income alone.
I've identified a few niche dating sites that I know could turn a profit, however I lack the programming experience to write a custom CMS.
Apart from the questions they ask their clients to reveal their true nature, match makers are usually good judges of character and can easily tell whether two people are compatible or not.
After getting to know the clients, a matchmaker would then scan through his list of clients to see if there is a match.
” Brian Peters, an internet consultant/project manager who worked for Web Biz Ideas at the time, asked him self the same question.