Open source code for dating website
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). There are people ahead of time, people behind, and some are on-time.
Chameleon wants you to believe that rainbow templates and 3d-chat plugin would make your site awesome, all for under 0. Using UNA Community Framework for this site now, so you're welcome to join if you'd like to comment.Your success depends on engagement, which is combination of efficient IU and actual results. So, look for minimalistic templates that are recent, well-supported and load fast. Some guys work hard, iterate for years, endure anger of dissatisfied clients, employ real developers, feel guilty for emails backlog... And then there're slap-on hacks that publish a month-worth of mediocre coding as a real product, on some oh-so-SE0-friendly domain, without any real credentials, documentation or support. The script works and general approach is simple an straightforward, albeit a bit archaic (in Internet terms, we are talking 5 years or so behind).Updates are regular and pushed simultaneously to both Datingscript and Socialscript. Yet another Russian guy, although the site says Canada. Besides Vlad it's hard to track anyone else doing anything on those sites. There's no Market of extensions or active community support. I can see how this product can be useful if you're creating a "pretend" site.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.Good example of starting small and simple and consistently fighting for success.