Chameleon dating software review
Online dating space itself has consolidated under 2-3 major players, and niche sites are mostly parts of large shared-database networks.
On top of that, popular trend of the day is to use mobile apps for dating (ala Tinder).
Inevitably, you end up with a cookie-cutter installation filled with fancy modules that nobody cares about.
I'll talk about partnership options in one of the future posts.
Bare in mind that there are ways to combine own site with a network-partnership option, but that's a tricky business... Whatever platform you end up using, you would need a catchy domain name and a basic concept outline.
A little cunning act that all those demos and lists do to people - they reshape ideas.
We look at them and think "oh, that's nice, I should have that on my site".
I have to repeat this again - you need to have the project concept before you even start looking at online demos, feature lists and sample sites!
So, wanna-be dating site operators are a dying breed and there's less and less activity on supply side either.People just don't have that " is the new darling term. Ah, yes, there's definitely still opportunity, money to make and ideas to explore in the world of "virtual dating". If you want to build a large database and sell your business - go for independent.