Dating industry revenue


16-Jun-2020 17:34

We’ve also provided some thoughts on what these statistics mean in terms of the future of the industry.

According to Forbes, the United States alone has 2,500 dating sites, and about 1,000 new dating sites are launched every year.

Helen Fisher, biological anthropologist and Chief Scientific Adviser for Match.

On average, dating site customers spend 3 annually on online dating, which includes registering and renewing memberships. To give you an idea of the cost of dating sites, Match is .99 a month for 12 months, Zoosk is .49 a month for six months, e Harmony is .95 a month for 12 months, and Tinder Plus is .99 a month.

You look at someone’s photo and read a few details about the person, and then you swipe right for yes and left for no.

But actually 80% of people on Tinder say they want to find serious dates and a long-term relationship, according to Business Insider.

As with most new things, people were skeptical about online dating when it first came out, but now it’s as normal as getting set up on a blind date or meeting someone at a bar.

Speaking of money, Statistic Brain reports that the online dating industry’s annual revenue is over

Speaking of money, Statistic Brain reports that the online dating industry’s annual revenue is over $1.9 billion dollars.

On the other side of that coin, Pew also found that online dating still has some stigma surrounding it — at least for some people.

Approximately, 29% of those surveyed in 2005 agreed with the statement “People who use online dating sites are desperate.” In 2005, that number had shrunk to 23%.

Flash forward to 2015, and that number had grown to 59%.

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Speaking of money, Statistic Brain reports that the online dating industry’s annual revenue is over $1.9 billion dollars.On the other side of that coin, Pew also found that online dating still has some stigma surrounding it — at least for some people.Approximately, 29% of those surveyed in 2005 agreed with the statement “People who use online dating sites are desperate.” In 2005, that number had shrunk to 23%.Flash forward to 2015, and that number had grown to 59%.

.9 billion dollars.

On the other side of that coin, Pew also found that online dating still has some stigma surrounding it — at least for some people.

Approximately, 29% of those surveyed in 2005 agreed with the statement “People who use online dating sites are desperate.” In 2005, that number had shrunk to 23%.

Flash forward to 2015, and that number had grown to 59%.

As we mentioned earlier, online dating is becoming the norm, not the exception.

Some reasons for online dating membership cancellations could include that it feels disconnected from real life, all the people and conversations seem the same, it tends to be shallow, and it’s “all about sex.” We could be coming full circle — with people growing numb with online dating and wanting to try old-fashioned or more traditional ways of meeting again.