Match.com is an online dating service with web sites serving over 50 countries in 12 languages.
Match.com, as an online dating service, provides its users with potential companions by allowing them to socialize on the website and meet up for dates.
To use Match.com, one has to create his account using his email. Next, you have to find your match by saying who you are interested in, the age gap you would prefer, and your area zip code. This information is used by the website to try and match people within the same state or country. Every time you use match.com, the site obtains more information about you, and this used to give recommendations.
Easy on your requirements. Adding too many specifications on the match you want could hurt your chances of meeting someone. The pickier you are, the fewer choices you will have. Take advantage of Match.com daily matches provided by the site’s algorithm, don’t let your partner slip past you.
Update your picture.
Rewrite and repost your profile in case it is not getting much engagement.
Make sure you have set a goal or you know what you want to get out of match.com. Be honest, don’t waste each other's time. Women should wear bright colors like red to get the attention of many men.
Match.com was founded.
Match.com went live as a free beta and was first profiled in Wired magazine in the same year.
Founder Kremen left the company after disagreements with venture capitalists.
Match.com was purchased by Cendant, who later sold it to IAC in 1999.
Match.com partnered with AOL and MSN.
Match.com’s then CEO, Tim Sullivan, expanded Match.com into local dating with a service called MatchLive.
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