Zoosk Offers Couple Discounts: Would You Let Your Boyfriend Have a Dating Profile?

Make a match, lose two customers. That’s long been the problem for dating sites.

But Zoosk, a dating site as well as mobile and Facebook app, has got a plan to seduce couples: offer date discounts, relationship advice, gift ideas, holiday reminders, and online scrapbooks.

A Zoosk profile with full access can cost upward of $30 a month. But with the site now offering discount package dates, couples can still come out on top. Meanwhile, other features can be of use to all members—no matter their relationship status.

Think of the new Zoosk as LinkedIn for dating; it’s not just for the dateless/jobless. The difference is if your colleague has a LinkedIn profile you don’t worry about him having sex with someone else on top of the photocopier. (I think I lost my metaphor.)

So here’s what I want to know: Would you stay on a dating site if you had already found your special someone? And would you trust that special someone to keep an online dating profile and still stay faithful?

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