eHarmony Summary has received numerous awards from the users of, and it's easy to see why - with a matching model based on 29 foundational relationship dimensions, eHarmony provides one of the most in-depth dating services in existence. On average, 236 people who met on eHarmony are married every day, so if you're looking for a serious relationship this site might be the place for you.

Regions: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia

Service Type: Android App, iPhone / iPad App, Match Making, Mobile Phone, Popular

Looking For: Dating, Long-Term, Marriage

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eHarmony Free Communication this Memorial Day Weekend - 2018

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eHarmony announced a free communication weekend this holiday weekend in the United States ( only). It starts Thursday May 24th and runs to end of day on Monday May 28th.

Whether you are new or existing eHarmony member you can take advantage of this event. Once you have created a profile and answered the personality questionnaire you will be able to receive matches daily on eHarmony. During this extended Memorial weekend you will also be able to message any of your matches (and they will be able to reply) for free. The Free Communication weekend includes the eHarmony website and dating apps (which are available on the Apple App Store and Google Play). Please note, the main thing Free Communication weekends do not include is profile photos.

To find out more about the eHarmony dating service, you can read our indepth eHarmony review.

Growth Industry Or Past Its Prime? A Two-Year Review Of Online Dating’s Hirings And Firings

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It wasn’t long ago that dating services were seen as the last refuge of the lovelorn and desperate. Today online dating hasn’t merely shed its stigma, it’s a bona fide phenomenon and business appears to be booming.

According to a report from IBISWorld, annual revenue in the online dating industry has surpassed $3 billion. Dating services employed over 9,000 people worldwide in 2017 and have collectively seen an annual growth rate of +5.3% over the past five years.

Yet hardly a week goes by without someone publishing an article condemning digital dating for butchering our ability to have real relationships, and even major players like Match Group have fallen short of analysts’ expectations.

eHarmony Offers 50% off 3 Month Membership - April 2018

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eHarmony is offering 50% off a 3 month membership for 2 days this weekend in the United States. This spring sale starts Saturday April 21st and ends Sunday April 22nd, 2018. No coupon code is required and when you purchase a 3 month plan you will save over $75.

This sale is for new and existing users. New users will need to create a membership, fill in a profile, and complete the personality questionnaire. When you are finished (it takes about 30 minutes) you will be sent your first set of matches (you are sent matches daily). You can take a look at the profiles to see if there are any which you would like to contact. If there is you would then need to purchase a membership to contact the members. This sale by far makes it the cheapest on a per month basis for a membership.

For more information about this dating service, please read our review of eHarmony.

eHarmony Free Communication this Easter Weekend - 2018

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eHarmony is having a free communication event this Easter long weekend. It starts Thursday March 29th and runs to end of day on Monday April 2nd for eHarmony members in the United States.

This event is for existing and new eHarmony members. Creating a profile is free and no credit card is required. During the holidays dating services usually are extra busy as members log in and look to communicate with matches. This means it is an ideal time to try out eHarmony as it allows you to create a profile (and fill in the personality questionnaire), receive matches, and communicate with those matches at no cost to you. The whole process only requires about 30 minutes to complete. After you will receive your first batch of quality matches from eHarmony in witch you can send messages too (and receive messages from). You also receive new matches every day which are determined by eHarmony's matchmaking algorithm. eHarmony not only takes your requests about the type of person you like into account but determines matches based on 29 dimensions of compatibility.

Please note free communication events do not include profile photos. To view those you must be a subscriber to eHarmony. For more about this online dating service with automated matches, please read our eHarmony review. The eHarmony dating service can be accessed via their website along with phone apps which are available at the Apple App Store and Google Play.

eHarmony Study Reveals 64% Of Americans Are Happy In Their Relationships

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The temptation to swear off dating gets stronger with every Ashley Madison hack, celebrity breakup, and creep exposed on Tinder - but according to new research from eHarmony, Americans are far from ready to throw in the towel and become cynical single curmudgeons.

The report, titled "The Happiness Index: Love and Relationships in America", reveals that 64% of Americans are “very happy” in their romantic relationships and just 19% say they're unhappy to some degree. eHarmony commissioned the report and it was conducted by Harris Interactive. 2,084 online interviews were conducted for the survey.

"At eHarmony, we talk a lot about happiness in relationships and how to keep them going strong," says Grant Langston, chief executive officer for eHarmony, in a statement. "We wanted to put society to the test and get a sense of how couples are living and loving in America today. Perhaps the most surprising finding is that gender and age dynamics in relationships are evolving, debunking misconceptions long held about both men and Millennials."

eHarmony Shells Out $1.28 Million To Settle Auto-Renewal Lawsuit

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2018 is off to a rough start for eHarmony. Shortly after one of the company’s advertisements was banned in the UK for being “misleading” comes the news that the popular dating website has taken another hit - one that will cost them more than $2 million.

Last month, eHarmony settled a consumer protection lawsuit in California, agreeing to pay $1.28 million to four counties - Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Napa - and the city of Santa Monica.

The complaint against eHarmony alleged that the company failed to sufficiently explain its subscription fee policy, leading to unexpected charges for consumers. The complaint further alleged that eHarmony did not provide a contract explaining the service, nor did it explain the cancellation procedure as required by law.