'If you want a relationship of substance you need to take decisive action because it’s unlikely it will happen organically with all the time we spend at work,' Dana Michel said.
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 16, 2014
Marriagematerial.co immediately took off after a profile on Entrepreneur.com http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/231428 – Not only did they receive an influx of subscribers, the company began to receive calls from top tier production companies looking to create a new TV show. The new project will highlight their unique service of women helping other women find true love. MarriageMaterial.co is in the final stages of selecting a production company.
To see a video from Marriage Material, go to http://vimeo.com/89884695.
Launched in early January 2014, Marriage Material offers a new and unique approach to dating. While other websites such as Sugardaddie, 3nder (threesomes), Grindr, Tinder and Ashleymadison (married people seeking affairs) offer casual sex options, Marriage Material is dedicated to helping users find quality relationships that lead to marriage. The main intent of the service is to let prospective partners know that users are looking for serious relationships.
MarriageMaterial.co, is changing the dating landscape by offering marriage-minded singles, both straight and gay, a place to connect with others seeking a serious relationship. Founding President and CEO Dana Michel recognizes that we live in a diverse world. She asserts, "I have created an online relationship community that reflects my life experience where people of all kinds interact on a regular basis.”
The MM system allows users to find people through their crowd or network. While society uses this search method to find a good restaurant or place to vacation, it never carries over into the dating world. That’s where MarriageMaterial.co comes in. They allow amateur matchmakers to set up their friends and receive a cash reward during this fun and rewarding process. Cash rewards can be set after a few dates, after a commitment, after an engagement and after marriage ensues.
Ultimately finding a mate through an introduction is primarily how marriages occur. Research from The National Marriage Project at Rutgers University says that people are most likely to find their spouse through an introduction from friends, family or acquaintances. Nearly 60% of those surveyed were introduced to their current husband or wife this way.
Users can sign up to look for love or as a matchmaker or even both. Memberships costs $99 annually. Matchmakers can earn cash rewards for successful matches after the first date, three consecutive dates, engagement and marriage (they determine their dollar values). Becoming a matchmaker is free on the website. “If you want a relationship of substance you need to take decisive action because it’s unlikely it will happen organically with all the time we spend at work,” Dana Michel said.
Dana Michel is the Founding President and CEO of the new relationship website MarriageMaterial.co. The website is for people who are tired of meaningless hook-ups and want a serious relationship. Michel has been featured by the New York Post, Entrepreneur Magazine and on Sirius Radio
Contact: Dana Michel, (212) 961-1111 (NY); dana.michel(at)marriagematerial(dot)co; http://www.marriagematerial.co