Online matchmaking site uses “29 key dimensions that help predict compatibility and the potential for relationship success.” Their system was developed by Dr.
Neil Clark Warren, who studied thousands of marriages to develop his “predictive model of compatibility.” Do such scientific methods work? However, scientific personality tests completed with the guidance of a trained researcher do not have 100 percent accuracy (it’s closer to 75 percent).
Some sites, like match.com, allow users to specify how important each attribute is.
Each matching attribute is assigned a different weight depending on how important it is to the user.
To be honest, I'm a skeptic when it comes to online dating.
Am I supposed to believe I can find "The One" on an app like Tinder? I spent the past few months examining a range of studies on online dating and marriage to see what I could find. According to online dating literature, dating services can't really improve relationship outcomes.
According to Online Media Daily, consumer spending on personals and dating sites rose by 8 percent in the first half of 2005, topping 5 million.Fortunately, the main advantage of online dating is that it gives each user control over who they contact and with whom they subsequently communicate.