Personal ads with photos, anonymous email, advice and date ideas. [Description from dmoz]
If only Romeo and Juliet met on the Internet, maybe things would have turned out differently. Match.com operates one of the world's largest dating Web portals, boasting about 1.3 million paying subscribers. Registered members can post a personal profile and browse the site in search of a potential match. Subscribers have access to Match.com's double-blind anonymous e-mail system that allows users to contact one another and flirt. In addition to its flagship site, the company connects with Web-bound singles in about 25 countries via sites in nearly 10 languages. Launched in 1995, Match.com is owned by Internet conglomerate IAC/InterActiveCorp (IAC). [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 65 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor visits neopets.com, reads outpersonals.com, and frequents freebuddymovies.com.
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