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Jamie has heard similar stories from singles before, and she immediately assured her new client that the matchmaking process wouldn’t leave him hanging like online dating had.
She told him that matchmakers take a lot of uncertainty out of dating by providing post-date feedback to clients.
He told Jamie that the last straw had been when he’d chatted up a woman on Match.com, went on a date with her, and then never heard from her again.
He’d thought the date had gone well, but suddenly his online crush wasn’t answering his texts, and he felt demoralized and confused by the whole experience.
Another feature lets users take a break from the dating scene by putting the service on pause — similar to the “Snooze” button that Bumble implemented on their own service in September.
(Facebook says users can still message people they have already matched while on pause.) According to Tech Crunch, other new features include the ability to review a blocked list, support for non-metric units (for things like range and height) and more interactive profile content.
The social-networking firm announced Thursday that it is expanding its online dating service Facebook Dating to two new markets — Canada and Thailand.
Facebook Dating first launched in Colombia in September after being unveiled at Facebook’s F8 conference earlier this year.
“We try to make our events more fun and interesting, and people have been really receptive to them.” Rose Matchmaking’s exclusive events allow clients to meet people without the potential awkwardness and nervousness of a formal date.
But from a legal perspective, unless a Closer harasses or threatens a match, exposes a client’s confidential information, or asks for money, everything they do is legal according to US, Canadian, and UK law.
But legality aside, these cut-and-paste flirtations perpetuate negative gender stereotypes, and they reinforce an oversimplified (and destructive) view of romantic expectations.
So if you want to have a chance at meeting your most intriguing matches, you need to have the best possible profile, photos, and messages.” Although I understand it just feels unethical in a way I can’t describe.
Its similar to my reaction while reading Ok Cupid founder Christian Rudder’s book Dataclysm about the response rate to generic messages vs organic messages.