Research on internet dating failures
What it costs: 0 will get you a DNA test kit and results, along with a year-long membership in the Singld Out network, which will match you based on how compatible your genetic tests are.
If you want to try it for a shorter stint, you can pay 8 for six months.
Singld Out, a service that uses Linked In profiles and DNA cheek swabs to help you identify who you’ll have chemistry with, raised 0,000 in a seed round last year.
And these Linked In logins are very important, because one of the problems with Internet dating sites is the inability to validate authenticity." Established: 2013Founders: Brian Freeman and Andrew White Problem it proposes to solve: Creepy men making women uncomfortable by harassing them, and normal men being lumped in with the creeps. Women are allowed to join at will and then invite their male friends whom they deem to be eligible dating material. Possible premium apps with additional features available in the future.
Founders say: "We do focus on the female experience, but we’re guys and we see things from the guy’s perspective, too, and we want it to be better for both people. It’s for the regular person right now who is suspect of the online dating world.
Three-quarters of the industry's revenue already comes from online and mobile dating services.
Market research firm IBISWorld says its future growth will be driven largely by startups launching new mobile apps and carving out their own niches.