Fairfax bought RSVP in 2005 for a reported million.The merger values the single entity at some million.RSVP - Australia's largest online dating site has the led Australian adult singles in their pursuit for love for over 18 years. 1 dating site, RSVP is hugely successful and a popular dating site for people of all ages and backgrounds.Boasting over 1,200 matches made per month, RSVP clearly works!They analysed the online dating preferences and contact behaviour of more than 41,000 Australians aged between 18-80 using data from the online dating website RSVP, with the findings now published by leading international journal ."We looked at whether or not people actually contact people who match what they say is their ideal partner in their profile, and our findings show they don't. Since its launch on Valentines Day 1997, RSVP has grown from strength to strength to become the largest singles site in Australia, with over 1,200 new members joining every day.
The union could also help seed a more meaningful bond between the two media companies.Stating a preference for what you are looking for appears to have little to no bearing on the characteristics of people you actually contact," Mr Whyte said."How people go about finding a partner is changing dramatically thanks to the internet.Gina Rinehart is the largest single Fairfax shareholder, and also holds a 10 per cent stake in Ten.Along with Dave Heysen, entrepreneur Dan Haigh founded the Oasis business in 2008 with Ten buying a 40% stake the same year.