eHarmony Free Communication Valentines Day February 2015 Promotion

eHarmony Valentines day promotion Free Communication starts on Thursday. As we approach valentines day, it is one of the most busy season as many people seeking relationships register for online dating sites. Click the below link to give it a try! This promotion will run from on Feb 12 to 16th!.

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Speed Dating on LA’s Metro Line

METRO SPEED DATINGMetro Line in Los Angeles Subway system is hosting a speed dating valentines day event on Friday the 13th. The rules are written here. In the designated subway trains, they will have a host who will navigate the event. Basically, instead of your traditional speed dating, they will use subway seats. Participants must sign up and wear a bracelet. The host, who I presume are employees or contractors will be wearing safety vests. There is no indication any background checks will be done for the participants for this event! You will be required to sign a waiver which presumes to waive liability. Interesting idea and I do think it will be popular!

eHarmony 50% off discount survey

Today, I received an email for a 50% off subscription coupon code after completing a survey. The Survey was a bit long but the discount promotion code was available immediately after the survey. What is more important, is that you are given an opportunity to share your feedback and help eHarmony improve on their services.

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eHarmony to launch “Elevated Careers” to connect job seekers with potential employers

eHarmony’s founder, Dr. Neil Clark Warren, made no attempt to hide the fact that he wanted to tap into the lucrative business of matching job seekers with companies through matchmaking. His idea is to use a similar format as his popular love seeking questionnaire designed specifically for job seekers. Rumor has it that the site will match potential employees with companies it fits. Speaking with the, Warren said that the “matching people for careers is about a $80 billion business,…and matching for marriage is a $2.5 billion business.”

He clearly wants a piece of that $80 billion pie!