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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.

So, Able Dating changed colors and called itself a Chameleon. All those " Chameleon wants you to believe that rainbow templates and 3d-chat plugin would make your site awesome, all for under 0.

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PG offerings are, to put it politely, sophisticated. There was a bit of bad blood between us back in the day and normally I'd just pretend they don't exist or would write something derogatory.

You'd spend a few days figuring out which package includes what. I'm sure they'd explain you exactly how to part with your savings in much fewer words and shorter time-frame than their byzantine site does. Today, however, is a particularly lovely day and the mood is high. Persisting with regular version updates, adding new dating templates, optimising for mobiles, offering native apps and experimenting with different packaging and price-points. Turns out that Ska Date is actually a repackaged Ox Wall, which is presumably free. here's the picture they give: So, you are supposedly paying for a free software with installation service and 1 month of support. Then, branding removal, templates and "setup assitance" are paid extras.

There is "dating network" option for connecting a shared database, there are various discounts for Marketplace plugins, separate pricing for mobile sites (or is it for apps? Ska Date pricing sits at a more digestible $499 for the platform itself, but mobile apps add a hefty extra $800. Sounds like you could just download Ox Wall, buy a template, use hosting auto-installer, pay $99 for branding removal and save yourself about $300, no? Works for attracting webmasters, but doesn't make much difference for site success. It's a Freelancer order that wasn't accepted by client and was repackaged for a quick buck grab, obviously.

), developer licenses, separate site for custom services, etc, etc. So, I'd suggest skipping all the mumbo-jumbo and talking to their sales rep directly. Again, perhaps it's best to chat with sales rep, ask for the most cost effective "package" and make an offer. End-users aren't impressed with fancy design (not after the first 4 seconds, anyway). **Dating Scripts**, **vld Personals**, **Socialscript** are all doorway sites of one company - vld Interactive.

It's more of an overview of key players in dating software industry and some insights on the idea of building a dating site with an off-the-shelf platform.

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