Earlier this week, I sat down with Warren -- his wife, Marylyn, of 57 years by his side -- to talk about the rough patches, the competition, and of course, the highlights.
In 2005, the company was sued for discrimination of same-sex couples.
e Harmony's matching is based on using its 29 DIMENSIONS® model to match couples based on features of compatibility found in thousands of successful relationships.
That hard-to-imagine prospect was e Harmony's reality when it first launched 16 years ago.The site, which bills itself as a place for finding deep love that leads to marriage, first launched in August 2000.Warren, who retired in 2007, came out of retirement in 2012 to help "turn around" the company.e Harmony’s research team also conducts research on couples who met through the site.e Harmony is the first service within the online dating industry to use a scientific approach to matching highly compatible singles.
Users created a dating profile, filled out a 450-item questionnaire, and reviewed matches without the ability to see any other users' pictures.