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2012 U.S. Dating Services Industry Study

2012 Dating Industry ReportMarketdata Enterprises has updated their  US Dating Industry Study, bringing it up to date for 2012. We’ve arranged for Online Dating Insider readers to be able to order the report for $1,325, a 30% discount on the $1,895 list price. The same discount applies to specific chapters, which vary in price. The entire study weighs in at 280 Pages. Great for dating entrepreneurs looking to start a dating site, especially when paired with some of my advisory services.

Of particular interest is the chapter on Matchmakers, which a lot of people researching matchmakers have purchased in the past. Spend a couple hundred bucks before shelling out $10,000, its a no-brainer.

Curious? Check out the full Table of Contents.

Contact me if you’re interested in buying the study. I have some other incredibly useful reports as well, great for the aspiring dating entrepreneur.

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Comments

  1. David, were you part of team that wrote this report? If not, did you at least get to read it? I was wondering how US-centric it is. Would you recommend it to someone launching a start-up dating site in Europe in the second half of 2012? Thank you in advance.

  2. Given the title, no. Given that I know a lot about starting dating sites, I’d rather spend some time talking to you about your particular situation and providing actionable feedback that gets your product mix right, launched on time and to revenue faster. Or you can read a big report that doesn’t pertain to your market, the choice is yours.

  3. Yea I am a little skeptical of spending the money on this. I prefer to talk to other people and get their opinions.

  4. Mike, depends on what you are using the report for. A lot of people want the facts for investor presentations and other startup needs.

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