With the popularity of online dating, it’s likely that the majority of you have probably at least considered it at one point in time. But, with all of the choices out there, where do you start? You may consider the biggest dating pools (like match.com), but be advised that not everyone will be accepting of your challenge. In that case, there are several niche dating sites for people like you. In fact, Google “Dating for Disabled” and you will find thousands of listings. Look at them a bit more closely and what do you get? What is the value? Their promise to you?
The recent beta launch of Datebility.com provides a new dating community that offers a new promise, designed specifically for you. The community has all of the basics: profiles, email, search, flirt, match and more. That’s where the similarities end. Each aspect of the site focuses on enhancements for various disabilities and new web technologies that make finding a mate, or at least a date for Saturday night, fun and easy.
For example, your profile allows you to identify your disability (optional) and degree of independence. Your search preferences are the same. New web technologies have paved the way for video and audio chat and a socialize page where featured content, blogs, groups, and forums are all full of content related to your dating life. Even pictures allow you to present yourself in the most flattering ways by allowing cropping and descriptive titles.
While in Beta, Datebility.com is looking for your help and are rewarding you handsomely for doing so. Now is your opportunity to sign up for free and tell them what the site should be and how it can better serve your needs. Plus, if you sign up while they are still in Beta, they won’t charge you for the rest of 2009. Simply go todatebility.comand register. With your participation, this community will become an even more exciting online venue for meeting, dating, and social networking.
You can also look for datebility.com on the most recent issue of Chloe Magazine, as well as the top of Chloemagazine.com. They are also the sponsor of the 2009 Chloe Magazine Model Search and model receptions at each of this year’s Abilities Expo events, as they continue to support the disabled community. Also, keep checking Chloe Magazine and chloemagazine.com as we will be offering free memberships over the coming months.