We’ve partnered with Carla for many years while she was a matchmaker, and we’re so excited for her new business, DateSpot!Read More
For centuries, matchmaking was mostly left in the hands of parents and older relatives. During most of the 20th century, Americans chiefly relied on friends – and to a lesser extent family and even coworkers – to meet their significant other. Computer-assisted matching started as early as 1959, but the biggest shift occurred in the mid-1990s, with the birth of the first online dating websites. Now there is no turning back: Matchmaking and online dating has become a $2.5 billion dollar industry, and about 25% of U.S. couples now meet on the internet.
The dating app is using the cloud vendor's image recognition technology to better categorise and match usersRead More
Like male peacocks showing off their magnificent plumage to attract a mate, some men on dating sites post topless mirror gym selfies. Not such a good idea, according to dating experts. Women, they say, tend to swipe left when they see gym selfies. Likewise, dating sites are full of women's selfies taken from an elevated vantage point, highlighting their cleavage.Read More
Our next interview is with Morgan Jones, a matchmaker at Three Day Rule. Morgan is based in San Francisco and specializes in working with busy professionals who are serious enough about their dating lives to invest both time and money into working with a matchmaker.Read More
We're kicking off a series of interviews with some of our favorite San Francisco Bay Area matchmaker partners. Our first matchmaker, Sasha Silberberg, is the founder of OkSasha, a matchmaking firm for singles in their 20s, 30s, and early 40s in the Bay area.Read More