Contributed by: Editor Saturday, October 18 2008 @ 11:10 am
For the last number of years eHarmony has been playing up the fact that a large number of people get married everyday who originally met each other on their dating site (current published average is 118). JDate appears to be copying this market tactic. They are currently advertising:
Each day over 60 people tell us they found their soul mates on JDate.
Finding a soul mate is not the same thing as being married but it does lead people to believe it is something more than love. It makes it appear as if the relationship may be leading to marriage. 60 is a fairly large number for a dating site which serves a specific niche. I wonder if we will see other popular dating services following suit and start advertising similar facts.
See our JDate Review for more information on this Jewish matchmaking service.