The Idea - Cooking up a brand with a name, identity, and purpose
Planning - Creating functional specifications, visual wireframes, and information architecture
Design - Creating mock-ups and defining aesthetics, typography, positioning, and color
Development - Writing the actual code
Testing - Ironing out the kinks
Launch - Going live
This market has just begun. The sky is the limit. I remember when windows 95 came out and I had the idea of gathering up domains. I sat and thought of some names and decided I was too late.That was one of the stupidest decisions I have ever made.Dash Global said:
This is absolutely not the case. Sure there's been some consolidation in the market, but it's still growing and there's always space for new entrants who play their cards right.Dash Global said:
Dash Global said:
It would probably never work as it would immediately be filled up with thirsty guys who are there for the hookups but pose as marriage material.jcrew247 said:Does anyone think there should be dating sites
that encourage marriage instead of hookups?
It seems that the only site that specifically says it
is for marriage is Eharmony.
Then, there are the international marriage sites for
I've been thinking it might be a good idea for a dating
app specifically for marriage. But at the same
time it might scare off women because then they would
feel too much pressure to get married, even though they
claim that they are looking for marriage. It
seems like women just want to marry the alpha-players
who cheat on them, but never want to marry the average-looking
men or they will wait to marry the beta-bux.
What other sites are good for marriage minded singles?
Just figure out how to get the cash from the members bro. As long as there is no involvement of people who have not reached legal age and no pay for play, there are no criminal legal worries. Once you make a fair amount of money, hire a lawyer to protect your money from civil suits. If there is no money, there is no risk from civil suits.Geronimo said:I have a unique idea about making a dating website. Have any of you started something similar? What about the laws? Is it legal to start something like this?
My country has a law from the 19th century that says charges collected for "dating" are not enforceable, because back in saner times it was considered too close to prostitution morally. Essentially: Once you know/met the person, who don't have to pay anyone for it, even if they put in effort.66Scorpio said:The real challenge is to get paid in line with the effort you are putting in and the value actually conveyed to clients. Pricing and payment strategies are a lot simpler for generic meeting/dating sites.