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Meet Brian Schechter and Aaron Schildkrout, creators of the online dating site HowAboutWe, which until lately targeted an obvious demographic: singles.
When I was young, and single, I used to visit bookstores.
“Well-connected, passionate entrepreneur with a decade of experience launching and running digital businesses at a major media company is seeking a technical soul mate who wants to democratize technology and do no less than change the world.
Eliminating the time suck that typically accompanies online dating, Coffee Meets Bagel is an online dating platform that does the legwork for its members by delivering one curated match each day to their inboxes.
“It’s fast and easy,” said NIU student Jack High, who’s been a College Junkee fan since the site was launched several months ago.
Patrick Maignan, a robust gray-haired farmer, lives alone on his farm, surrounded only by the freshly plowed wheat fields of this lonely corner of northern France.
Krystal Walter decided to start her own matchmaking business after discovering a void in the marketplace — and in the hearts of Albertans.
Like so much online content, love don’t cost a thing.
I’m not sure if this is a joke, but a new dating site that is set to launch later this month disagrees with the notion that opposites attract.
Looking to explore the online dating industry, 34-year-old entrepreneur Benji Kurtz launched a handful of niche dating sites in 2001 focused on everything from religious backgrounds to physical stature, such as height and size.