The dating brand saw 58,000 engagements to its Facebook Page in the month before Valentine’s Day.Zoosk’s top posts centered around inspiring its followers to find love, sharing advice, asking questions about dating, and posting witty content to lighten up any loneliness.
Match, despite being a well-known dating site, didn’t post any content at all to its Facebook Page.
e Harmony produced the most content with 88 posts, and the average amount of content posted was 36 posts.
But for those of us looking to go a cheaper route, there's a solution: the internet.
But can a formula determine whether two people will have a successful long-term relationship? According to market research company IBISWorld, the online dating industry made $153 million in Canada in 2014.
But it's no better either."So an algorithm isn't smart enough to figure out if two strangers are soulmates.