"Helen is onto something huge." The main difference between this site and is that the subscriber doesn't search for mates—does, right? You take Helen Fisher's personality profile quiz, tell us what you're looking for, and we offer potential dates.has 15 million subscribers worldwide; some people like having a lot of options to choose from, but others feel as though they're trying to find a needle in a haystack.We heard from two couples who never saw each other's profiles on Match.com, but they were paired by Chemistry.com, and now they're getting married. Yes, we've been in business for only a year, and we have a handful of marriages and engagements. Four years ago, I was a 33-year-old divorced mom from a traditional Jewish family when I met a guy from southern India who is from a Hindu family. Our backgrounds were so different, but we had chemistry.The first couple to get married had a son in January. I couldn't stop thinking about him, had butterflies, walked by his office all the time to say hi. There are pluses and minuses to every combination; the test helps you become aware of what they are.
brought a world of dating possibilities to its subscribers, but last year, in an attempt to reach a slightly older group more interested in forming lasting relationships, the parent company launched The new site replaced the mysteries of looking for love with science—specifically, Helen Fisher's anthropology-based insights on the laws of attraction.Ginsberg's background in business and technology made her an attractive candidate for VP of Chemistry.com, but she also brought personal experience: She'd been dating online for years."There's no other online dating test that takes biological composition into consideration," says Ginsberg.Helen says we're a clear Explorer/Negotiator couple—I'm the Explorer. What advice do you have for women who are considering online dating?