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In 2003, Match launched Match Mobile, a wireless cross-carrier dating service that allowed singles to connect with each other via mobile phones.Today, smart phones are Match’s fastest-growing channel, according to Match CEO Greg Blatt.“We’re trying to be wherever our users are,” whether in the waiting room at a doctor’s office or in line at the grocery store, he says.Still, it’s Match’s algorithms that may be its most valuable asset.But the company now lives up to its name, using complex formulas to recommend users to each other with features like “Daily Five” (introductions to five potential matches each day) and “Singled Out” (introductions for only the most promising matches).
Initially, Match only allowed users to exchange personal messages and photographs via e-mail or fax. Within six months, 100,000 people had registered for the free service.
At least that was the case for Gary Kremen, the founder of the online dating service
It was the early ’90s, and the then-30-something Chicago native and Stanford Business School graduate could barely afford the 0 in rent for his San Francisco apartment. In fact, he says he was trying to marry “the best woman in the world.”In his quest for a wife (and, perhaps, a small fortune), Kremen practically invented online dating.
Over the next few years, a combination of joint ventures and technological innovation helped Match to flourish.
In 2001, the service partnered with Internet giants AOL and MSN, which brought in a large influx of people at a rapid pace.
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“I was so focused on the business that I was lucky to have time to go to the bathroom,” he says.