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The point, after all, should be going on an actual date and potentially meeting someone you could hang out with — not just sending messages back and forth online. It's Just Lunch is the world’s Number 1 personalized dating service.It's Just Lunch was founded in 1991 and has been helping professional singles around the world find meaningful relationships ever since. That IS a bit rare.- I really think they DID match me up with what I was looking for in someone.With over 150 It's Just Lunch locations worldwide, there is sure to be one near you. Will admit- think the qualities a woman would be looking for in a man would be similar to (close to, but not always the same as) the qualities a man is looking for in a woman, so admittedly my case is probably different.*e.g.- Not too long ago I gave some different feedback in what I was looking for in someone.Tawkify launched in 2012 and today boasts “tens of thousands” of users, although Kenneth said he couldn’t share the exact number. Kenneth Shaw is no longer single — and he got there without the help of even one algorithm.While they were undoubtedly ahead of their time three years ago, the site fits neatly into the current trend of dating sites abandoning complicated algorithms and aiming to get users offline and in person as quickly as possible. I was a little surprised to not see ANY prices given.
He also emphasized that there’s a real person behind every Tawkify match who not only works hard to connect couples initially but also does follow-up to find out what worked and what didn’t, in order to make the next match even better. Finally, Kenneth told me that, unlike traditional sites that view messages back and forth or swipes as “success,” Tawkify’s metric for success is whether or not their couples go on a second date — and 81% of their users who buy a three month subscription do just that.Kinda missed the personal face-to-face feeling of knowing I was talking with someone locally (ie someone who knows the local area, can say it's raining here and it's raining there too haha).Longer version (spoilers) - Some of those field offices tried roping me into 'high pressure sales tactics' with higher-paid offers over the phone, saying "I need this right now." - I accepted the first offer, and I'm still glad I did.A few months ago I was switched to a national-level matchmaker in a completely different part of the country (Debbie, see below).Wasn't really a problem, but it did catch me a bit off guard.