Free Communication Weekend Starts Today

March 18, 2010

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Take advantage of eHarmony’s Free Communication Weekend. It starts today and runs through Sunday, March 21. This is a great opportunity to see if the eHarmony process is right for you. Here’s how it works:

1)    Log on to www.eharmony.com and take the Relationship Questionnaire
2)    Get your free Personality Profile
3)    Fill out your “About Me” section
4)    Start to receive matches that are compatible with you on 29 Dimensions®
5)    Look through profiles and communicate back and forth with any of your matches—for free!

Many relationships have been started during Free Communication Weekend—here’s just one example:

Robin and Jeremy
Location: Arlington, TX
Married: June 5th, 2009

eHarmony Blog Robin and Jeremy Free Communication Weekend Starts TodayJeremy is my soul mate, best friend, amazing and everything I never knew was possible in a person.  I enrolled with eHarmony on a whim Memorial Day weekend 2008 during a free communication promotion. eHarmony was the only dating site I tried…thank goodness. I received Jeremy’s profile 2 months after being a member on July 27, 2008. His profile was exactly what I was looking for in a guy. After receiving his profile, I could not pull out my credit card fast enough to pay the eHarmony fee so I could communicate with him. It was the best money I’ve ever spent!

We communicated through the eHarmony questions and met 1 week later on Aug 2, 2008.  I knew right away from his profile he was the perfect match and meeting him in person sealed the deal immediately. I didn’t want our first meeting to end and still can’t get enough of him.

We’ve traveled together to many destinations and I’ve had the best times in my life with Jeremy. Picture attached is from our trip to Key West for my birthday celebration. Jeremy proposed in front of my parents and a few friends on June 5, 2009. We’ve never felt this way before each other. Thanks eHarmony for our happy ever after!

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