eHarmony.com Review


 

By Lucas Owen

 

GETTING TO KNOW eHARMONY

 


After working for over 30 years as a marriage counselor and clinical psychologist, Neil Clark Warren decided to do some research in collaboration with Dr Galen Buckwalter. The objective? Engineer a model of compatibility that matched people based on certain characteristics. After 3 years of research, they created a world famous matchmaking system based on what Dr. Warren calls, the “29 Dimensions of Compatibility.” eHarmony.com was founded soon after in August of 1998 and the system was implemented. It seems to be working. Harris Interactive(the premier custom market research firm) reports that an average of 542 eHarmony.com members in the United States marry every day. With these kind of results, eHarmony.com has grown to over 20 million members worldwide in over 140 countries. Headquartered in Pasadena, California, eHarmony.com has about a 55% female to 45% male ratio.




MY EXPERIENCE ON eHARMONY

 

THE RELATIONSHIP QUESTIONNAIRE

 

 

WHAT I LIKED

 

WHAT NEEDS IMPROVEMENT

 

MEMBERSHIP AND PRICING

 

RECOMMENDATION

 

Be aware that eHarmony.com does not match same sex couples. They have a separate website, Compatible Partners.com that does. eHarmony’s unique matching system does work. I was sent some very compatible matches. However, without a doubt, eHarmony is a dating site that is designed primarily for those looking for a long-term relationship. That 436 question Personality Profile Questionnaire alone will be enough to discourage most people who aren’t serious about finding a compatible, long-term partner. Nonetheless, it’s because of this that eHarmony truly excels. They could make it a lot easier to join but they don’t. Therefore, if you are looking for the love of your life, I honestly cannot recommend eHarmony.com enough.
(4.6/5)








 

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