Profile based dating
Dubbed “the Google of online dating,” OKCupid hit the scene in 2004.
For some, however, local deals and specials only go so far. Now GPS dating apps for those looking for local love have flooded the i Phone and Android markets.Once you've joined, the company’s technology updates your location in real time, helping to introduce you to great people nearby.If you like what you see on that person’s profile, choose to connect with them immediately.By connecting to Facebook and Twitter, the app lets you see, in real time, how to connect with those physically around you.Each time you check in to a location, Sonar checks whether other users are nearby.Furthermore, OKCupid also hosts OK Trends, a blog that charts analytics and user habits.
In February 2011, the company was acquired by IAC, operator of Match.com, for $50 million.
The company found that food preferences have an impact on how we interact with each other romantically.'Overall, any mention of food in an online dating profile is going to result in an increase in inbound messages,' the study stated.
Zoosk analysed 3,733,185 dating profiles and over 364 million first messages to find out how mentioning different foods and food-related phrases affects online dater’s romantic interactions.
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On top of this, they surveyed over 7,000 singles to get some insight into how food and dating intersect.