My friend Erin, a 30-something designer in Brooklyn, thinks it’s a better way to go overall.
“I frequently would not even look at someone's profile after they sent me a message unless I thought I was really gonna like them because they'd see that I did,” she told me. She followed that up by saying “The only weird thing is that one guy who checked my profile like dozens of times a day, and now I can't keep tabs on how much he's creeping on me.
So, even if you think there’s only a million to one chance someone will date you, in theory, there’s a man/woman/omnisexual on here for you. Well, strangely, it's actually one of the immediate problems with OKC.
Each match question is made up of four parts:the question, the answers you’re willing to accept from your matches, a rating of how important the answer is to you, and an optional explanation of your response.
Ok Cupid (OKC) stands out because it is one of the biggest dating sites out there.
It's has 30 million active users, with a million logging in every day.
”) to the exceptionally weird (“What are your opinions on Eugenics? The questions are picked at random from a list of tens of thousands.
You have to answer 50 to begin with, so the site can build a picture of what you are.
Yagan was also involved with The Spark.com, as well as Meta Machine, Inc., Delias, Corp., and Barnes & Noble, Inc.