New York, New York (PRWEB) May 06, 2013
The world’s largest online dating site, PlentyofFish, wants to do something that Match.com couldn’t do. Help Martha Stewart find love.
The popular homemaking mogul revealed on the NBC Today Show that she created a profile on Match in hopes of finding love. Unfortunately, Martha confessed she has had difficulty finding a man between the ages of 55 to 70 who is intelligent, established and curious.
PlentyofFish (POF.com) has a history of helping singles of all ages find love, including celebrities. The star of Millionaire Matchmaker, Patti Stanger, met her fiancé on PlentyofFish.
Stanger revealed to Extra TV and US Magazine that she tried other online dating sites, but only PlentyofFish could deliver the chemistry she wanted.
“I tried four sites, including my own site, and PlentyofFish (POF). PlentyofFish won,” Stanger told US Weekly.
PlentyofFish has more active members than all other dating sites combined, and has contributed to more relationships, dates, and visits than any other dating site. But unlike other online dating sites, PlentyofFish gives users more control over their dating experience. Its advanced search filters allow singles to search by attributes they have identified as important in a partner.
In the case of Martha Stewart, her profile said she is a lover of animals and the outdoors, wants a nonsmoker with a graduate degree, living near NYC. With PlentyofFish, Ms. Stewart could filter by personality, intent, self-confidence, even screen for men who like dogs, cats or birds.
PlentyofFish has already identified dozens of educated, adventurous, bachelors who share Martha Stewart’s desire for life and love. All Ms. Stewart needs to do now is create a profile. PlentyofFish will do the rest.