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“Dating someone from another country can be quite a challenge when you live abroad, especially if you aren't familiar with the culture, the habits and the language,” Jessica Dreyer, who runs the matchmaking service US Love Wiesbaden, tells The Local.
“In my position as an American-German matchmaker in Germany, I know about Americans' questions and insecurities over dating a local, but I also register the huge interest in finding a local sweetheart." SEE ALSO: 10 beautiful ways to express your love in German Dreyer put her head together with members of her dating service to come up with the most important reasons to date a German, and some tips on how to deal with the cultural differences.
Secure the permits needed in your state to operate a service business--your city's small business development center can let you know what is required.
You may need an assumed name certificate (DBA), state tax identification number or employer identification number (EIN). There are many options available, with some costing less than per month, and others costing nothing upfront, with a commission paid from each membership you sell.
Such dating service software providers typically come with design templates, hosting, and the ability to set up user accounts and to create your own membership pricing structure.
Develop incentives for people to join your dating site.
When done right, these sites can be lucrative and require minimal effort to maintain.
Markus Frind, founder and CEO of Plenty Of Fish, says he brings in more than million a year (at least half is pure profit) working for just an hour a day.
Instances of this include 'LUXY' for the Bitcoin-savvy, 'Pheramor' for those who prefer to rely on science, 'Dig' for individuals with pets and 'Crown' for competitive spirits.
Make use of social networking sites; place ads on popular blogs, forums and websites frequented by your target customers; and distribute press releases and exclusive discounts to publications your target market is likely to read.
Melinda Gaines has been a freelance writer since 2006, with work appearing online for Yellow Pages and other websites.
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