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The problem is that there are oftentimes so many profiles to sort through that the choices are overwhelming, which causes you to miss out on people who actually might be good matches.

Other dating services, such as e Harmony, propose that matching dating partners based on similarity will lead to better pairings.

But, going through so many online profiles may "overwhelm" daters.

The claim of online dating sites is that you’ll be able to find the love of your life, or at least improve your dating life by using their service.

Some sites like e Harmony claim to have proprietary matching software that will make the process more accurate.

They accomplish this (allegedly) by analyzing responses to a lengthy survey using a proprietary algorithm, or in less fancy terms, a formula they use make money (consider it the KFC secret recipe of matching partners).

In another Science of Relationships article, Paul Eastwick wrote a summary of a paper he co-authored, essentially showing that the algorithms used to match people don’t work the way that they are supposed to, and you are no better off relying on the matches made for you than if you were just meeting someone cold in the library or at a sporting event.