Start up dating website
But a piece of advice here, would be to set u free site-wide membership- to lure in members.
And you could then charge members for special services.
In the future you can charge a reasonable fee for making matches and grow from there.
Post colorful flyers targeted for single people in your town in local stores and businesses with your 800 number listed (you can get one for as little as per month for your business calls--see Resources below) advertising yourself as a local matchmaker.
Start off by fixing up a few of your single family members and friends with other people in your community on blind dates at no charge.
This will establish your reputation as a matchmaker and help your name spread through word of mouth if the matches are successful.
Word Press by default creates a profile for every user. But you’ll need to add custom profiles, to allow members to add additional information.
For example, by default the name, email id, username are a part of the Word Press user profile.
You could set-up a free or paid site-wide membership.
If the event is successful you may get callbacks from the participants for more dating help.
At future speed dating events charge a small admission fee and negotiate with the bar for a share of drink and food sales at the event. There are services online that work specifically with people who want to set up a dating oriented site (including membership capabilities, forums, chat rooms and other features).
Dating websites are primarily membership based social networking websites. You have the same elements- user profiles, private messaging, likes, advanced search, and the like.
All you have to do now, is use their experience as inputs for your dating website on Word Press. A dating website could be compared to Facebook (a social networking website).
But for fields such as ‘Likes’, ‘Dislikes’, ‘Hobbies’– which are expected on a dating website, you’ll have to use a plugin to extend user profile fields.