When we set you up and you go on a date, we get insider information that is far beyond the purview of any dating app.
After every date, we speak with you and hear what you liked and what you didn’t, and we listen for cues about why it might not have gone as well as it could have.
Are you are great first date, but can’t seem to translate those skills into a real relationship?
Most people who use dating apps can relate to at least one of the statements above. Because dating apps lack one of the most important elements of dating – the feedback loop.
Sure, this sounds a bit scary at first, but we know exactly how to do this in a tactful, productive manner.
by Kate Edwards Ever wonder why your love life feels like an endless cycle of let-downs?
Do you feel like you keep dating the wrong people, or can’t find anyone to meet your standards?
On a dating app, you can swipe right over and over again, but ultimately you get nowhere.The average person is spending 12 hours each week on dating apps, but these apps don’t get smarter or better at matching you.Face it – you have no idea what you’re doing wrong.In matchmaking, the feedback loop is our secret weapon.
Our process is an iterative one – we are actually able to get better and better at matching you over time because your specific feedback makes each date better than the last.
More importantly, we speak to the person you went out with after every date.