So many daters make the investment of their precious time to answer the 400 questions. Ok Cupid offers an entertaining array of questions. I hate to burst this bubble because it’s so fun to believe in the algorithms.It differs from e Harmony in that answering the questions is not required to use the service. At least, not in the realm of matchmaking on a dating site. But research has shown time and time again they don’t work.
Dating sites keep their algorithms under lock and key, but it’s no secret they do use algorithms to match you up.
For e Harmony, their entire business model is built on the foundation that is their matching algorithm.
If you’ve seen their commercials, they hammer home that they get to know you deeper so they can match you up with people on a more compatible basis.
Twenty-seven dimensions of compatibility are looked at. You’ll realize how serious it is when you try to sign up for the site and you are met with 400 questions to answer before you can see a match.
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