Eharmeny dating site
Dating site e Harmony is tapping into online daters' worst nightmares in its latest TV ad, which shows a laid back and somewhat out-of-shape guy scrambling to keep up with a fitness freak on a badly-matched date.
The incongruous pair are seen trying to keep up an increasingly strained conversation as the double-chinned man is put through his paces on a selection of fitness equipment by the lycra-wearing gym bunny.
It’s expected to use more than 100 variables to match professionals with potential jobs including skills, experience, personality, and work and cultural values.
It's also unfair to have to call California for customer service and not being able to cancel. During that time I liked it enough to pay for the service.
Professionals interested in using e Harmony’s new service can go to to sign-up either as a job seeker or recruiter.
I have been on e Harmony for two months and have not had a single date.
Lynsey Tomkinson, e Harmony’s senior marketing manager says: “This latest campaign captures the funny side of being mismatched on a date, while giving singles an alternative that really works.
EHarmony matches users on compatible values, ambitions and personalities, which results in better dates.”Creative: Kalido. Would fears of fitness freaks drive you into the arms of e-Harmony?