Phenomenal Business! Help People Find Love & Make Money With Your Own Free Online Dating Service

Helping People Find True Love. How to Start Your Own Online Dating Service for Free.

Web business owners in the relationship field, or with online experience, can now assist people to make contact and get together to form relationships. To me I believe that assisting people find true love, with the potential to find a partner for life is one of the most rewarding, satisfying and interesting careers available on line.

But did you know, it also a very lucrative field financially as well. I have recently partnered with a large global organisation that allows me to assist interested people to start their own online dating sites. This being without any cost to you what so ever. A complete professional site is provided, that can be customized to suit the style and demographics of your own business.

The span of my dating partners is international; at this stage well over 12 million members are registered. This is a very limited opportunity, for you to own your own fully hosted and customizable on line dating service. The site is multilingual and most European languages are also covered.

As mentioned I will not be charging you any fee. You do not have to pay one cent in any ongoing operational costs, or perform any administration or member contact tasks. This is provided by a professional team at their international call centres. Even the hosting of your web site is done for you without fee. Your job apart from, performing an easy customization to bring to a style and appeal to the demographic(s) you are interested in; is simply to market you new online dating business.

Further promotional materials to build your site, including absolutely professional banners are provided, by this international organization.

Purely by performing this invaluable service to people in need of finding happiness and a partner, you will also be able to have at no cost a complete professional business, that if you tried to commence yourself from scratch, could cost you between $100,000.00 to $1,500,000 plus.

At this stage I am seeking motivated people, interested in partnering with me in this, their own Dating business. Other than promoting through any number of available options, that being the only cost in time and effort.

You get to keep 100% of the profits you make. Which are indeed very generous and for the life of each member you introduce to the dating service. For people with large sites, there is also available a complete turnkey white label site. This is fully customizable with your own graphics and themes, you provide, that can be built for you, completely without any charge or cost to you.

Again there is no cost to you for this fully functioning online business. No credit card details are required. I believe this is the best opportunity to perform a very rewarding service to people, in helping to build relationships. There is no risk or cost to you in owning this business apart from your time and marketing. This can be a very lucrative opportunity to the astute business person. It is open to all nationalities and both male and female entrepreneurs.

But please don’t delay. I am looking to assist only 100 partners with this exciting project and will also provide free marketing expertise outside of what is on offer, to help you grow your own online dating service. So act now and start today!

Make 50k A Month With An Online Dating Site

It has been well documented that online dating is a phenomenon which has changed the lives of millions of people throughout the world. Two out of every five singletons in Europe and the USA aged 25 – 40 have used an on line service to either find a partner, or simply to enhance their social lives by making new friends.

This exponential explosion in the dating sector has meant that many companies owning and operating the sites themselves have come from a standing start to generating significant revenues in a matter of just a few months. It is possible to make a small fortune from online dating but, then again, it’s just as possible to lose your shirt. For every successful site, there are five others which simply ‘got it wrong’. If you follow these few basic guidelines, you could join the cyber-revolution which has not only become a lifestyle choice in itself for a great many consumers, but an extremely profitable market for webmasters to enter.

1. Niche works. Yes, we all know the names of the global dating sites which dominate the sector, but if you want to create a site that attracts millions of members, you are going to need very deep pockets just to get on the first rung of the ladder. There are a great many very successful sites that either cater to special interest groups such as bikers, military personnel etc or geo-targeted sites that cover just one country or even one city. The advantage of this kind of concept is that it is much easier and cheaper to promote than a service which attracts all-comers. The sophistication of online marketing, particularly the various pay-per-click search engines, enables you to target your audience very specifically thereby maximising your return on investment without having to overly stretch your financial resources.

2. Don’t over-complicate the design of the site. The primary aim of the homepage should be to encourage visitors to register with your service, not to marvel at your use of different colours or design features. Stick to just two colours (one should preferably be blue – the colour of trust) on a white background and avoid flashing buttons at all costs.

3. Keep your proposition simple. If a dating site looks so complicated that only ‘teccies’ can use it, you’ll lose most of your audience as soon as they land on your homepage. The most successful dating sites tend to offer a very basic system of picture profiles and secure messaging. People sign-up, create their profiles, upload their photos and start sending email messages to other members with whom they think they might be compatible. It’s easy and you don’t have to have a degree in computer sciences to do it. But there are many sites out there which offer a bewildering array of features – video profiles, psychological profiling and the like; all very expensive to integrate and manage and most, to be frank, are a complete waste of time and money.

4. Offer a free trial. This might seem rather ironic in an article which purports to tell you how to create a profitable business, but in order to get your members to pay you a subscription fee, you have to get them to register with your site in the first instance. If you let people have a look around, browse through the database and perhaps send a couple of messages to other people, they are far more likely to want to subscribe than if you ask them to do so straight away without giving them a taste of what your site can offer.

5. Populate your database as quickly as possible. People follow other people when they join dating sites and if your site looks like it hasn’t got many members, then people will give it a wide berth. When you launch, it’s well worth you doing a limited email marketing campaign which offers a free subscription to founder members. Remember, the hardest part of creating a successful online dating business is to get your first 100 registrants – you want them there in week one and the quickest way to do that is to offer a freebie to your first sign-ups. You’re not losing money – these are the most important members and without them your business will not get past first base.

6. Spend your marketing budget wisely. You don’t have to throw money at a dating site in order to promote it effectively – you just have to be smart. Establish an affiliate programme with one of the main networks operating in your country as soon you launch your site. Affiliates are third party web-sites which refer traffic to your business on a revenue sharing basis. You don’t have to pay affiliates to join your programme, you just offer them a percentage of any subscription revenue which they generate and this is the most cost-effective way of promoting yourself. And you should also avoid generic search-terms when you instigate pay-per-click campaigns on the major engines. Keywords like ‘dating’ and ‘online dating’ are expensive to bid on and convert less well than niche terms which are more applicable to the actual concept of your site. If, for example, you are running a dating service for singles living in Chicago, keywords like ‘Chicago dating’ or ‘singles in Chicago’ will be relatively cheap to bid on and will yield a far better conversion rate than the more general terms.

7. Offer good customer service. Remember, your members are real people many of whom will not be as computer savvy as you are and when any of them contact the site with a problem (a forgotten password or log-in difficulties are usually the most common), you should endeavor to respond as soon as you are able. An unanswered message is the easiest way to actually lose a member so don’t ignore or put off answering the mails that you will inevitably receive.

8. Communicate with your members. I’ve left this point until last but it it just as important as anything I’ve mentioned above. A weekly newsletter to your database will encourage people to log-in to their accounts on a regular basis (particularly if they are able to click through directly from the email to the site without having to log-in) and will also help to foster an emotional bond between your business and it’s paying customers. Every business to consumer online entity should have a human face and site owners who ignore this do so at their peril.

So there you have it; take heed of the eight snippets of advice that I have outlined above and you too can reap the substantial rewards on offer in this exciting and vibrant market sector.

Online Dating Guide – What’s the Common Mistake Singles Make on Internet Dating Sites?

If you are new to internet dating, you will avoid some disappointment and hurt feelings when you understand a common mistake that many singles make on internet dating sites. Find out how common courtesy could correct this mistake and improve everyone’s online dating experience.

What is the online dating mistake that many singles make?

They don’t reply to emails sent from potential matches on dating sites.

This behavior is rude, as it may unwittingly hurt the feelings of the person who sent a heartfelt email in the hope of starting communication.

While I’m not condoning this common mistake, I’d like you to understand the common reasons why some some subscribers don’t respond to emails from fellow subscribers:

Popular subscribers often receive dozens of email inquiries each day — too many to answer unless it’s your job.

Busy professionals may not have time or interest to read and reply to each email they receive.
Some subscribers delete emails without a photo posted or without a great photo that speaks to them.
Some subscribers may notice spelling mistakes in your emails and think you’re a sloppy thinker.
Some may think that your love of cats is a turn off because they love dogs.
Some may be wanting more children and you wrote that you didn’t want more children.
Some may think you sound too boring or too adventurous to fit into their lifestyle.
Some may not like your hometown and you wrote that you won’t relocate.
Some are seeking a dark-haired match with dark eyes and you’re a blonde with blue eyes.

There are countless reasons why a dating site subscriber will not reply to your email or see you as their love match. Their reasons reflect a sorting process that each subscriber uses to search for a compatible match.

The purpose of exchanging emails on internet dating sites is to find your best love match–not to communicate with everyone who contacts you.

A savvy approach to online dating is to devote your time and energy in finding and communicating with a match who shows a mutual interest in getting to know each other.

No reply simply means no interest. Nothing personal. You’re simply one step closer to meeting your best match.

A healthy dating attitude is to think, NEXT, and keep searching for your mutual match among other wonderful singles on dating sites. This resilient, optimistic attitude gives you the persistence to keep searching until you find your mutual match.

How can we correct this common mistake?

If every dating site subscriber would send a polite “No, Thank You” in response to each email inquiry that doesn’t fit their dating criteria, this common courtesy could improve everyone’s online dating experience.