As Biderman said of his own site, which will likely apply to Carrot Dating, “There might be a lot of people who get really histrionic about it, jump up and down, but there’s other people who say, 'That’s interesting.'” And the former fuel the latter.
The online dating industry generates revenues in two ways.
Compu Date's services must appear to be effective to appeal to the older age group which has a 11% growth rate and 64,000 possible customers.
Sterbenz and the other critics of the site aren’t wrong, but they are promoting it, intentionally or not.
It very well might be prostitution, but we’d be blind to imagine it won’t be popular.
Compu Date will obtain pleasant profit margins for years two and three respectively.
Compu Date is an exciting opportunity for a local company to leverage professional computer matchmaking software with seasoned industry management into a sustainable company.
It’s just a marketplace that allows people to pick and choose some of the basic qualities they’re looking for up-front.