Denmark dating sites
Dating.dk, one of the largest dating sites in Denmark, with its 475,000 profiles -- Denmark has a total population of a little more than 5 million people -- is a free site.
However, the marketing director and co-founder Morten Oliver Wagner, said that the site was considering charging its members.
The site, which has experienced a growth of almost 50 percent since this time last year, is financed by advertisements and off-line events, but members are charged a small fee if they wish to create a profile with more advanced features.
uk, which has a total of about 3,000 registered members, is a free service financed through advertisements and the sale of various goods, whereas Singlesclubs 10,000 members have to pay 15 for three months or 25 for 12 months to answer mail from other users.
I’ve already hit a girl with phobias (no, let’s not cross the street, this guy is bound to speed up, the drivers want to kill us!
(I met my friend, he looked at me so strange, why do you think he looked like that? ), miss with narcyzmem (every 5 seconds extracting lustereczka and counting your teeth, are they still all), miss full of regret on your ex (Oh, here on this bench loved to sit and hold hands, did I tell you about our walks together?
Stevens predicts that the number of people who use such services will continue to grow in Europe as the internet population grows.
But he points out that online dating only appeals to a segment of the population, and he doubts whether the UK will ever see membership numbers in the millions.
Analysts say people seeking partners online are willing to pay a subscription fee for quality services -- and ones that charge fees are more likely to survive in the future than free sites.