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Would online dating be easier if you could be judged by your inspiring photos rather than a paragraph of forced words and awkwardly cropped images?Melissa Jones, the creator of new dating website Dreamcliq, seems to think so.Jones also believes interactions will be more meaningful on the site, since users know someone paid to message them."Statistically speaking, men can send up to 300 messages to women without getting an answer, so women end up with tons of messages in their online dating inboxes.
Jones said the pay model will keep spammers out of the site—users have seven days to respond to the message, and if they don't hear anything, they are credited half the amount back.
I recently posted a photo of Chad and I on Instagram ( it was one where we were giving each other dirty/silly looks but man, was it funny! I happened to be at an event that evening and got home reasonably early, so I put the camera on and just told the story.
In it, I share my reasons for dating online (in 2006, it was pretty, pretty taboo), and some ‘interesting’ dating experiences, as well as some dating tips that I picked up and feel are pertinent (even in today’s swipe-obsessed world). So much happened since that fateful day, June 9, 2006, the day we first met.
She believes Dreamcliq will help people become more engaged in online dating and will provide more meaningful connections.
Right now, Dreamcliq's user database is 60 percent women, 40 percent men, which isn't surprising, given that the Pinterest model is all together pretty girly: a "no bro zone," where at 70%, women heavily outweigh male users.
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