Aspiring entrepreneurs often approach me as an angel investor, touting their innovative idea for yet another online dating site. I agree the need is out there, with over 91 million interested singles between the age of 19 and 45 around the world. Yet almost no one in this business makes any money, since it comes with a larger list of challenges than most other opportunities I see. Many business opportunities, like this one, need thousands or millions of existing users before new users and advertisers are interested to pay real money.
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With the success of Tinder and match. We are rapidly becoming a nation of single people. The well-documented rise in cases of separation and divorce is lining the pockets of lawyers, and is also providing a growing market for the online dating site. According to a reports, the majority of people in the UK are single and the online dating industry is turning over thousands. Finding love or friendship online is becoming increasingly popular for a generation of people too busy to find partners on their own. The modern dating site is, essentially, the successor to old-fashioned dating agencies, which matched up members using interviews, profiling and special networking events. Whereas the old agencies often did a lot of the searching for their members, meeting new clients before hand-picking their potential matches, the modern site allows users to do all the work, searching a database of other members and arranging meetings themselves.
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But, what businesses are guaranteed to make a million dollars? Do you already have knowledge or experience in a specific area? Since you already posses the knowledge and experience the main costs involved are going to be marketing business and networking, specifically purchasing a website and business cards. Check out this consulting guide I put together to help get you consulting business up-and-running.
Layne is an active freelance writer. She enjoys staying up-to-date on trends, media, and emerging topics. What's in a name? A rose by any other name would still smell a sweet.