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A study published last year tests this theory in an online dating simulation where a participant "pays" a fee to search online for potential dates after answering a series of questions describing their perfect mate.At the end of the search they are informed that a match has been found but that he/she does not have all the qualities the participant is has been searching for (I think we all can relate to that experience).There are privacy/stalker and scale concerns there though. Maybe a system where you get the description of the person as written by their friends (also members of the site)?

Given the culture at Ok Cupid my dream match [1] for such a purchase was Amazon - that would have been cool & interesting hookup [2].is a disappointment, but, yep they do deserve the payout.Those who paid nothing, or very little, for the search were much less willing to choose the online date over the blind date than those who paid a higher fee.For example, the length of time men in the study chose to commit to the date arranged online was 28 minutes when the cost was

There is an argument to be made, though, that if you do find a match on an online dating site, that match is more likely to commit to meet if they have paid a fee for the service.

This research suggests though that if a fee is used to encourage commitment, men need far less of an incentive than women do. “Sunk Cost and Commitment to Dates Arranged Online.” Current Psychology Vol.

I look at it this way: online daters and the Internet generally will probably be worse off for this eventually, but is paying the OKCupid guys and despite all the value they've created over the years (in dating and outside of it -- watching them from afar has been an education in SEO/marketing), nobody else is running forward to put million in their pockets.

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As someone who has been a user of Ok Cupid, I think that the short answer to your question is no it is not worth paying for, because the features you get access to don't have much, if any, real utility in seeking a mutually enjoyable relationship with someone.

I did also meet my current gf via them, but that was unintentional; when the actual point of the site is secondary to your use of it I think that is a runaway success...[1] pun only slightly intended ;)[2] sorry... Imagine a dating site that you book the date through and only pay for that date. Maybe jump on to the entire group buying bandwagon and find restaurants that may be willing to give you a discount that you can also pass on to the dating couple.

, and almost 49 minutes when the cost was .So we will let them have that point: there are fewer potential matches on fee-for-service dating sites.

There is an argument to be made, though, that if you do find a match on an online dating site, that match is more likely to commit to meet if they have paid a fee for the service.This research suggests though that if a fee is used to encourage commitment, men need far less of an incentive than women do. “Sunk Cost and Commitment to Dates Arranged Online.” Current Psychology Vol. I look at it this way: online daters and the Internet generally will probably be worse off for this eventually, but is paying the OKCupid guys and despite all the value they've created over the years (in dating and outside of it -- watching them from afar has been an education in SEO/marketing), nobody else is running forward to put million in their pockets.(you need to be logged in to see this - fear not, I've written a breakdown of the features below).As someone who has been a user of Ok Cupid, I think that the short answer to your question is no it is not worth paying for, because the features you get access to don't have much, if any, real utility in seeking a mutually enjoyable relationship with someone.I did also meet my current gf via them, but that was unintentional; when the actual point of the site is secondary to your use of it I think that is a runaway success...[1] pun only slightly intended ;)[2] sorry... Imagine a dating site that you book the date through and only pay for that date. Maybe jump on to the entire group buying bandwagon and find restaurants that may be willing to give you a discount that you can also pass on to the dating couple.