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A brand new survey released this week suggests additional technology is not always a bonus and sites could put themselves out of business if they carelessly add new features without consulting their existing member base.

Dating & friendship website makefriendsonline.com surveyed their members to see if they'd like a Video Chat option. Whilst an excited 75% of men were eager to give it a go, a resounding 56% of women found the whole idea off-putting and wouldn't even consider it.

This may be influenced by the seedy image webcams have, thanks of course to the seedy motives of so many single male webcam users! But whatever the reason, MFO have decided to put those plans on hold for the moment, rather than risk becoming another site left wondering where all the women have gone.

Media Contact:

Tina Willoughby, PR Manager, MakeFriendsOnline.com
Email: tina@makefriendsonline.com
Tel: 020 8539 2371

Research:

Makefriendsonline.com polled 10,005 members over a two day period. Detailed stats & breakdowns available on request.
Past surveys are available as a free Press Resource at http://news.makefriendsonline.com/dating_and_social_network/...

About Makefriendsonline:

Launched in 2000, Make Friends Online now has over a million members primarily from the UK and Ireland, with worldwide membership increasing rapidly. Affectionately known as MFO to it's huge enthusiastic crowd of regulars, who treat the site more like the local pub than an online dating agency, it has claimed thousands of friendships, relationships, engagements, marriages, and even MFO babies.

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