I’ve been thinking about the posts that Markus from Plentyoffish posts on his blog, where he claims the online dating companies are afraid of being left behind by the social networks, and free dating sites. But my question is, where are the social networking sites that get the mix right? If myspace is all about hooking up, then why don’t they make that a crucial tool. Enhance that experience! One of the most important things in any business, especially a service/product like a website is to study how people are using your site and adapt to that. Enhance the way they interact with your site, make what they already enjoy about your site even better. I’ve got a great idea for how to do this, if you’re interested, email me brian[at]webpl[dot]us.

4 Comments

  1. Stop writing so much. My thoughts are that a lot of online dating will be a secondary thing based on an initial community. Tons of people hooked up from Facebook and maybe they were there to do that but my guess is that it was secondary…

  2. Stop writing so much. My thoughts are that a lot of online dating will be a secondary thing based on an initial community. Tons of people hooked up from Facebook and maybe they were there to do that but my guess is that it was secondary…

  3. Where is the “you should meet my friend julie” on facebook? myspace, etc.

  4. Where is the “you should meet my friend julie” on facebook? myspace, etc.

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