Event: Chemistry.com Free Communication Weekend
Dates: October 19 – October 21, 2012
Time: Event begins at 12:01 am on October 19 and ends at 11:59pm on October 21
About the Chemistry.com Free Communication Event
Online relationship service Chemistry.com is holding a free communication weekend this Friday, October 19 through Sunday, October 21. Chemistry.com is an online relationship service, meaning that like eHarmony, the focus of the site is relationships versus casual dating. Chemistry.com is owned by IAC, the same company that owns Match.com and OKcupid.com. Match.com focuses on casual dating and relationships while OKcupid offers free online dating. Chemistry.com was created to compete with eHarmony.com, which is the leader in online relationship sites.
The slogan for the Chemistry.com free communication event is “Flirt, Communicate, and Connect for free”. Unlike eHarmony, during its free communication weekend Chemistry.com allows you to see complete profiles of people they match you with, including photos. Since matches are delivered daily, it’s generally a good idea to sign up for a free membership a few days before the event so that you already have several matches to communicate with during the weekend event.
How it works:
1) Sign up for an account, but don’t purchase a membership (wait until after the free communication weekend to see if you want to purchase a membership)
2) Complete the personality profile as soon as you sign up. Don’t rush this process and be completely honest. It will help with matches.
3) Chemistry.com will begin sending you matches. Until the free communication weekend event starts, you will have limited viewing/communication abilities.
4) Once the free communication weekend event starts, you’ll be able to view photos and have access to many of the communication features so that you can communicate with your matches.
5) After the event, if you have not been able to exchange contact info, you will need to sign up for a membership to continue to view photos and have access to all communication functions… or wait until the next Chemistry.com Free Communication Weekend event.