It’s easy to lump matchmaking in as a dating service when online dating apps serve the purpose of matching you with other singles who fit your search criteria.
The term “dating services” is so broad, that it also includes personalized writing services that help with your profile summary, photo services for adding attractive images of yourself to go along with your profile, first date coaching and even online dating “assistants” to help message potential matches on your behalf, catering to busy singles who don’t have a lot of time.
Some singles prefer taking ownership of their love lives and having more active control over the process.
We believe that bringing people together by fostering the beginnings of healthy romantic relationships is an important individual and community service.We want to bring as many people together in Western Mass as possible, and NOW is a wonderful time to begin.Mary in Lenox, Ma Hi Mary, We are all complicated but you don't want or need to lay too much information on your new dates.Honesty doesn't mean telling everything about you at once.But when you work with a matchmaker, you get an entirely different experience, one that is far more personalized and tailored to suit your specific needs or criteria.
Matchmakers can help you decipher whether someone is truly a match because they’ve had the same conversation with both you and your match about each your relationship preferences.Some people make the mistake of believing that matchmaking is reserved exclusively for people interested in getting married.In reality, matchmaking is simply another option for dating, or another way to meet people you normally wouldn’t get the chance to meet in your everyday life.For everyone else, the two terms are used interchangeably.In her 12 years as a matchmaker, Intrigued’s Director of Matchmaking Jen Foster has found that most consumers use the term “dating service” as an umbrella term to describe any service related to dating.In my experience talking to many singles over the years, there appears to be confusion over the difference between a dating service and a matchmaking service.