In 2007, the platform claimed responsibility for 2% of all new marriages in the US, and the team expects its influence and success to only grow as more of its happy couples choose to tie the knot. This is a dating site committed to doing everything possible — from delivering matches to writing scripted greetings — to help singles forge a lasting connection online.
Since its launch, eharmony has made a name for itself by focusing on long-term compatibility and using its trademarked 29 dimensions as predictors of relationship success.
Then you’ll receive a curated list of matches — profiles selected based on internal compatibility ratings.
The site will post these compatibility ratings on the profile so that members can see where their similarities and differences lie.
For instance, you may be 95% compatible in terms of athleticism but 33% compatible in terms of religious values.
Viewing these stats can help members determine which profiles have long-term potential.
On average, eharmony is responsible for 542 marriages a day in the US — or roughly 2% of all new marriages.
Your eharmony profile can only be seen by compatible members and subscribers.
Additionally, only eharmony profiles with photos can be viewed on the site.
These answers will be visible on the profile, but the answers to the compatibility quiz will not.
After you’ve answered a dozen or so questions and uploaded at least one photo, your profile will go live on the site (pending the team’s approval).