A look at how bumble creates value while sticking to its mission of providing women more agency over their online dating experience.
Tinder is a matching platform that helps strangers within a reasonable geographic radius to meet and to converse if both users express interest. The platform makes gigantic profits by exploiting lonely men who pay outrageous asymmetric prices for premium features/services that barely help their prospects based on empirical evidence. This blog post explores the dark side of platforms.
Launched in 2012, Tinder has become one of the top dating apps thanks to it user friendly design, mobile-first approach, and matching algorithm
Shaadi.com has been the pioneer of the match-making platform in India much before the people discovered the Tinder way to find a match. Perhaps, it was a decade too early.
Tinder: trying to help you find love despite the rough seas of multihoming and networking effects.
Tinder has a new algorithm, thinks you’re doing it wrong
Unlike @Tinder, #UberPOOL actually starts with a conversation #IRL. #modernlove
With the proliferation of the internet and smartphones, we live in a world of unlimited options, including those related to romantic possibilities. Due to network effects, there is a new source of value creation and capture in the dating world. But are network effects always positive?
regarding the love-making with the Tinder.
Tinder, OKCupid, and Match.com create aggregate value for their owner, IAC Holdings.