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PG offerings are, to put it politely, sophisticated. There was a bit of bad blood between us back in the day and normally I'd just pretend they don't exist or would write something derogatory.You'd spend a few days figuring out which package includes what. I'm sure they'd explain you exactly how to part with your savings in much fewer words and shorter time-frame than their byzantine site does. Today, however, is a particularly lovely day and the mood is high. Persisting with regular version updates, adding new dating templates, optimising for mobiles, offering native apps and experimenting with different packaging and price-points. Turns out that Ska Date is actually a repackaged Ox Wall, which is presumably free. here's the picture they give: So, you are supposedly paying for a free software with installation service and 1 month of support. Then, branding removal, templates and "setup assitance" are paid extras.
The applications found on this site provide more power, features and speed than their consumer grade counterparts.
It's more of an overview of key players in dating software industry and some insights on the idea of building a dating site with an off-the-shelf platform.
White-label, open-source, downloadable dating software is, in a way, a thing of the past.
Your success depends on engagement, which is combination of efficient IU and actual results. So, look for minimalistic templates that are recent, well-supported and load fast. Some guys work hard, iterate for years, endure anger of dissatisfied clients, employ real developers, feel guilty for emails backlog... And then there're slap-on hacks that publish a month-worth of mediocre coding as a real product, on some oh-so-SE0-friendly domain, without any real credentials, documentation or support. The script works and general approach is simple an straightforward, albeit a bit archaic (in Internet terms, we are talking 5 years or so behind).
Updates are regular and pushed simultaneously to both Datingscript and Socialscript. Yet another Russian guy, although the site says Canada. Besides Vlad it's hard to track anyone else doing anything on those sites. There's no Market of extensions or active community support. I can see how this product can be useful if you're creating a "pretend" site.