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Now, it has gone after the secular market in order to compete with the largest online dating company,
In trying to expand, however, e Harmony has made several mistakes.
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However, competition and a more mature market have led the company to expand in order to survive and still hold a competitive advantage.
In the beginning, Warren started marketing e Harmony primarily to Christian sites, touting it as being based on Christian principles.
Now in marketing through TV or radio ads, ( million spent last year, million projected this year) there is no mention of its Christian connection.
Furthermore, other lawsuits allege that e Harmony's matching system is not scientific and allows online predators and scam artists to connect with unknowing singles. Another way that e Harmony has tried to expand is by creating specific sites for different countries.
In Britain, it created a new method of matching for British singles, but for its Canadian and Australian sites, e Harmony utilized the same system as in the United States.