Not So Great Expectations: Dating Site Returns Thousands For Lack Of Dates
Jeffrey Ullman originally launched Great Expectations as a video dating service. As he explains in the above video, Ullman envisioned Great Expectations as a way for people to use available technology to connect and share information, then ultimately move their relationship offline. All of the individual dating services follow the same general formula — member profiles are created and placed in a database, and either the matchmakers or members can peruse the database to find compatible singles. When a potential match is found, you send them a message — just like you would on an online dating site. Sound familiar?
Nationally recognized by top magazines such as The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek and Cosmopolitan, Great Expectations offers services unlike typical online dating sites. The layout for Great Expectations is very modernized with brightly colored graphics and an exciting color theme. This matchmaking service is for those who are serious about finding true love. You can view the testimonials from couples that have found lasting relationships or read success stories from other members. The way that Great Expectations works is quite different from what you would expect from a dating site.
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