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Either way there’s a possibility to sort the matches by proximity or match percentage as well as how recently they’ve been online or updated their profile. A lot of sites have their own specific clientele that they’re trying to cater for or a special niche that they’re trying to fill.
Guardian Soulmates doesn’t really have anything to make it special although we do suppose that most people here tend to be at least to a certain extent Guardian readers which should tell you enough about what kind of people they tend to be.
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No need for a newsflash here: we are living in a time when the dating landscape is going through a dramatic shift, with childhood, university and workplace romances in sharp decline.
So we advise you not to be shy and jump right in – after all, you haven’t got anything to lose but a whole lot to win.
There’s nothing on Guardian Soulmates profile compiling that makes it stand out from all the other dating sites – it’s all standard stuff that requires the same type of input – some boxes to tick, some choices to make, some words of your own to be written down.
It is, of course, strictly by your consent but should you so wish they can show your profile pic and some information from your profile both on Soulmates and the Guardian hope page, in the Guardian and Observer newspapers and also in external marketing campaign pages on different sites.
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