eHarmony has launched eH+, their matchmaking service.
This aims to combine science-based matchmaking with eHarmony’s famous 29 Dimensions of Compatibility technique.
eH+ will assign a dating counsellor, who work with founder Dr. Neil Clark Warren, to those “who want a higher level or service”.
Those who sign up will receive personalised one-to-one guidance — whether via Skype or in person for those near their Santa Monica headquarters — and a promise of “freedom from your computer”.
Grant Langston, vice president of Customer Experience, said they ran a beta test for eH+ which “exceeded expectations with the company receiving hundreds of inquiries”
eH+ costs $5000 for one year.
Its launch coincides with an eHarmony being featured in a new Ben Stiller movie, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.
The film “will feature an eHarmony personal relationship matchmaker that helps Walter Mitty, played by Ben Stiller, as he struggles through his quest to impress a colleague who is also an eHarmony user.”
Founder and CEO of eHarmony, Dr Neil Clark Warren, said: “The timing of the release of the movie, along with the product launch seemed perfect.”
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