Ladies First

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 10, 2009 -- Online dating site has released the results of their recent findings. Following a survey directed only to their female users 48% of those women said that making the first move when contacting male users resulted in the start of a relationship.

Towards the end of 2008 announced that they were going to charge a small monthly fee to their male users, allowing women to use all features of the site for free, this move has certainly started to work as we can see from the recent survey. CEO Andrew Thomas commented this week “it is incredibly important to us to know that our service is reliable and effective from start to finish. We are always looking for new, innovative ideas to ensure we are attracting the right members for Our move to start charging male users we feel was extremely beneficial to our valued customers as it eliminated the majority of time wasters and formed a solid base for real, potential love to blossom. The fact that 48% of our female users are becoming more forward and making that dreaded first move tells us that we are moving in the right direction and when the start of a relationship begins then we know we are providing a worthwhile service that we are incredibly proud of.”

Making the first move off or online will always be a daunting experience; all the reliable dating website company have done is to try to make it easier and less intimidating, eliminating time wasters. was launched in 2007 and has since been moving from strength to strength to become one of the UK’s fastest growing online dating sites. also have the highest ratio of female to male users, so if you are looking for love the chance of being successful is a lot higher.

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Contact: Andrew Thomas Unit 1C, 50 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7QY 020 7593 1830


Andrew Thomas
Unit 1C, 50 Westminster Bridge Road,
London, SE1 7QY
020 7593 1830

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Press Release Submitted On: February 10, 2009 at 2:38 am
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