It was also the start of an industry designed to exploit a market: millions of singles eager – or desperate – to find a match. With some 1,500 sites claiming they can match your personality type, your genes – even your facial structure - to potential mates, no company touts a “formula for success” as much as e Harmony, which owns 15 percent of the market. “We’ve always focused on long-term relationships,” he said. But really, when it comes down to it, our desire to find someone to connect with, to find a long-term relationship is a very deep part of our psyche.” Long before the conversation turns to matrimony, finding your online match takes commitment.
Punch cards and personal ads gave way to the first online dating sites, launched in the mid-90s. The company says the goal is to help you find someone - like you. Subscribers fill out a compatibility survey with hundreds of questions and pay as much as a month.
Online dating’s Adam and Eve - Mina Jo Rosenbloom and Michael Linver found each other in 1965 with the help of a primitive computer dating program.
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