Friendsreunited dating

Yes, people were paying - but even four years ago it was pretty obvious that charging people for basic communication wasn't going to work in the long term.

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The site’s perceived value has dropped from the £175m paid by ITV in 2005, to the £25m it was picked up for by DC Thomson’s subsidiary, Brightsolid, last year.

It now sits alongside more complementary brands than 'The X Factor' and 'The Bill' – with the likes of Find My Past and the 1911 Census now stablemates – but analysts remain sceptical about its value.

You only pay for premium dating membership, which then gives you advanced dating features to find the potential love of your life.

They say love is in the eye of the beholder and there are bound to be many lonely hearts companions look for someone just like you.

and a few back issues of the official Bratzmagazine, we were amazed - not by the purchase price, but by the fact that Friends Reunited is still going.

ITV bought Friends Reunited in 2005, by which time it was pretty obvious that free social networking was going to be a big deal: My Space was already attracting millions of users, and Facebook was catching up fast.

Too late By the time it saw the light it was too late: announcing the end of subscription charges in April 2008, FR's Jon Clarke admitted that the site's users were very infrequent visitors: "Typically, people use the site once in every three or four months," he told the Guardian. Compare your FR home page with the home page you get on the social site of your choice.

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