On December 1, a new kind of eHarmony is going to be live and ready for action. It’s a new premium version of eHarmony called eH+. I want to share five important things you need to know about eH+ and how it can help you. If you like what you see below, please visit www.eharmony.com/ehplus. You can learn even more, and sign up to talk with an associate.
1. eHarmony’s matching + personal one-to-one matchmaking = eH+
That’s eH+ in a nutshell. We’re taking the best of what eHarmony does – huge pool of quality singles, scientifically based matching, a track record for creating great relationships, and combining that with what personal matchmakers do best – person-to-person conversation, opportunities for feedback, and coaching to put your best foot forward.
2. The best way to make eHarmony better – a credentialed counselor
We’ve all seen TV shows like “Millionaire Matchmaker”, where a self-made matchmaker kicks clients around for fun and drama. At eHarmony we do things a little differently. We’ve kept our matching process and layered on top a professional therapist. This counselor will be there to help you understand what is or isn’t working in your love life and to help you get a handle on the things that are holding you back. He/she will also be using years of experience to help choose a person for you that works in every way.
3. Managing an online dating account can be tough, so we got rid of it.
After you register for eH+, you never need a computer again. You talk to your counselor via phone, Skype or however you like. We call you when we have a match for you. You talk about your date with your counselor and he listens. It’s a great solution for busy people who long for a little less computer time in their day.
4. Rejection can be tough, so we got rid of it.
Online dating can test your self-esteem. eH+ is designed so that our users don’t learn about a match until that match has expressed enthusiasm in a meeting. No more waiting and hoping that someone you messaged returns your note. Of course, once you’re in a relationship it will be up to you to minimize the rejection.
5. This kind of personal service isn’t for everyone.
Telephone calls with a Ph.D.’s. hand-picked matches. Date reviews. “This doesn’t sound cheap,” you say. You’re right. Providing this level of human assistance isn’t cheap, and at $5000 a year eH+ may be too expensive for some. But we think that many people will want to give eH+ a closer look. After all, we’re talking about a spouse, a parent, a partner to share your life. If you can afford it, there’s no better place to spend your money.