Internet Dating site Academic Dating reaches 8,000 members
The site has been operating since 2007.
Academic Dating was originally developed as a dating website for the academic community.
However, people from a wide range of backgrounds joined the site and the site now has a wide base of members.
The site has an international membership base with members from 203 countries across the globe.
The website is totally free to use and supports its expenses through modest use of Google Adsense advertisements on the site.
Members come from a wide range of backgrounds and locations.
The largest countries represented on the site are the United States, India, Ghana, Kenya and Uganda.
Academic Dating has a comprehensive set of dating site functions including sophisticated search options, the ability to upload an unlimited number of photos to a member's profile, messages sent through the site, and the ability to remember or block communication with other members.
As an international dating site, Academic Dating takes dating security seriously. Members have the ability to contact Verified members, who's account details have been verified by the site.
Although hosting members from a wide range of backgrounds, academics do join the site at times in line with the original intention of the website.
A comprehensive set of Frequently Ask Questions, and Policies documentation is provided online.
Academic Dating is extremely easy to use, with all screens based on menus, links and function buttons.
Operation of the site is extremely fast, due to the careful limiting of the use of graphics, and the high quality hosting solution and database system used.
The site is hosted on a secure commercial hosting service based in Sydney, Australia.
The site was developed as a new venture by the owner, Mark McIlroy in 2007.
Site administration is based in Melbourne, Australia.
Mark McIlroy is based in Melbourne, Australia and currently is the principal of Melbourne Paraplanning, a Paraplanning Services company based in Melbourne, Australia.
Mark has a background in the corporate Financial Services sector in Australia. His early career was based in Information Technology roles, and included Financial Services roles such as Portfolio Manager (Quantitative), managing Australian Equity share portfolios for a major bank.
The site address of Academic Dating is is https://academicdating.net
Academic Dating is a free online social and dating website.
The site is based in Melbourne, Australia.
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