This does not mean lying, as authenticity is important too.However, the profile is not the time to disclose something about yourself that people might perceive as negative without a proper context, because other daters are not doing that.
In a 2013 article in The New York Times, e Harmony’s senior research scientist at the time, Gian C.
Gonzaga, said that the company focused on factors such as the degree of sexual and romantic passion, the level of extroversion, and the importance of spirituality in making matches.
Dating sites are only as good as their ability to make matches.
And how they go about making those matches can be very different. D., is a professor at the Harvard Business School who was on the scientific advisory board of Ok Cupid.“They are all matching on obvious stuff, like age range," he says, "but they vary a good amount on how they consider other factors that might affect compatibility.”Sound vague? Online dating companies keep their proprietary algorithms closely guarded.
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