Bad Online Dates Launches Rescue Bad Dates With Astrology Toolkit
To provide the 40 million singles dating online with hope and words of wisdom, Bad Online Dates (http://badonlinedates.com) announces the launch of a new Rescue Bad Dates with Astrology Toolkit. New compatibility checks, personality profile readings and daily astrology readings can now be found on Badonlinedates.com through a partnership with The Astrologer Kelli Fox. These astrology readings will go much deeper than a photo, wink and profile paragraph for singles looking for love.
With almost 30% of the 100 million singles in the US experiencing buyers remorse after a date (AMEX Survey), clearly the odds of a having bad date need to be reduced. To increase the success rate for singles, Bad Online Dates announces a new Rescue Bad Dates with Astrology Toolkit. This new toolkit is designed to help singles reduce dating disasters, and increase matches through new astrological compatibility checks, personality profile readings, relationship hurdles and even a look at what went wrong with an ex. To provide a deeper look at potential loves, Kelli Fox, The Astrologer, is providing her astrological expertise in these new BadOnlineDates.com dating tools, and shared, “We’re excited to be part of this Rescue Bad Dates with Astrology launch, and share Bad Online Dates passion to end dating disasters.”
Bad Online Dates Founder and CEO Jennifer Kelton added, “We’re thrilled to partner with Kelli Fox, the Astrolger to add another layer of insight and hope in the wild west of today’s online dating culture.” Leos, Scorpios, Aries, Pisces and more can use these Bad Online Dates astrological tools as a new way to connect based on birthdays compared to the 132 million winks, 56 million first emails, personality profiles, and 6 million dates per year (Match.com and eHarmony stats) that often have a low success rate. The money saved on bad dates can also help the economy because the dollars can be used to pay off debt or buy more retail items. According to the Amex survey, men have spent nearly twice as much as women on bad dates over a lifetime ($938 vs. $475 for women.)
Based on astrology signs, singles can find out whether to go out with someone, and then take a deeper dive into the new Bad Online Dates Astrology insight tools to determine if there should be a second date. Dating is about more than what’s in the stars, but don’t discount these invaluable matchmaking tools. Bad Online Dates encourages users to share bad online dates stories on their website, Twitter @badonlinedates and include the hashtags #badonlinedates and #baddate or #baddates to provide a comedic outlet when it does not work out as planned. These astrology tools can provide singles with a new and entertaining way for singles to check out dates. Dating can be so painful, and why not add some fun to the mix?
The Rescue Bad Dates With Astrology Toolkit and new features will be free for this beta launch through December to read more via PR Web