What is interesting to note is that the price of these services affect the behaviour of the singles who use them.
The basis of their argument is that there are just too few subscribers on fee-for-service dating sites to make it worth the lonely single's while.
I won’t argue their point on that—after all they have a flow chart, and at one point I am pretty sure they used calculus to figure out the number of subscribers (which even I think is a bit audacious).
This table lets you compare dating site prices by price per month, price per year and people per dollar value (number of people who visit each month divided by the monthly fee).
For reference, the last column shows actual people per month.
A site doesn’t need much of a barrier to keep out the undesirables or at least make them easy to detect.
Pay sites provide effective barriers against bad folks by You find that some pay sites put great emphasis on barriers to entry.To emphasize that last point, consider how easy it is to be an Internet-dating fraud; so the more hurdles to entry there are, the safer a site is likely to be. A site that keeps everyone out is completely free of fraud but also of available dates!The most effective way to find balance is to combine fees and other barriers to entry.There are also specialist sites that target niches, such as plus size singles.We already have a very long and extensive list of dating sites, and provide a list of their prices.Various mobile dating apps have also hit the market, many of the best ones being brought out by well-known and well-established providers.