Online Dating Is A BILLION DOLLAR Industry

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  • #939504
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    FunInTheSun
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    The excerpts from these articles are just shocking to me:

    “Boasting year-over-year user growth of nearly 19% as of September, Bumble will target a $28 to $30 per share price on a $7 billion valuation. Match Group’s valuation is more than $45 billion, but its average subscribers grew by just 12% over that time frame.” (CNBC)

    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/02/11/bumble-ipo-vs-match-group-traders-check-out-dating-stocks.html

    “Ticketmaster Inc., which had recently been bought out by USA Networks Inc. (later renamed IAC), bought Match.com in 1999 for $50 million. Cendant Corporation bought the matchmaking upstart a year earlier for $6 million, per SF Gate.”(Business Insider)

    https://www.businessinsider.com/what-is-match-group-history-of-tinder-parent-company-2021-1#match-group-was-founded-in-february-2009-after-the-holding-company-iac-decided-to-bundle-all-dating-sites-it-owned-iacs-initial-purchase-of-matchcom-dates-back-to-the-1990s-1

    It amazes me how venture capitalists will invest millions of dollars into a dating app or website. But think about the target audience: a bunch of lonely people looking for love…or perhaps a one night stand. Maybe this is a testament to how embarrassing offline dating is—particularly if you’re an introvert, like myself. There have been many moments in my life where I’ve tried to overcome my fear of approaching women I didn’t know and strike up a casual conversation. I feel nervous when I do that. Then, when I try to close the deal and ask for her phone number, I often get this response: “I have a boyfriend.” That situation can be frustrating after several tries—and I wish I had a dollar for every time it happened. So I see why people are spending money to find other people who are single and available. It eliminates wasted time and embarrassment. But on the downside: it’s heavy competition for guys trying to date a woman who’s getting 1000 messages a day.

    If you’re a guy having a hard time getting dates with women, I think one solution would be to create your own dating app. Then, when it becomes popular, sell it to some parent company for millions of dollars. Then walk into the nightclubs with confidence and tell the ladies that you’re a major shareholder. That will make them take off their panties!

    "I saw that there comes a point, in the defeat of any man of virtue, when his own consent is needed for evil to win-and that no manner of injury done to him by others can succeed if he chooses to withhold his consent. I saw that I could put an end to your outrages by pronouncing a single word in my mind. I pronounced it. The word was ‘No.’" (Atlas Shrugged)

    #939506
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    The Black Scorpion
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    Or just see hot escorts like me.

    Problem solved.

    The greatest tragedy in life is to spend your whole life fishing only to discover that it was not fish you were after. - Henry David Thoreau

    #939507
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    Secret Agent MGTOW
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    The excerpts from these articles are just shocking to me:
    “Boasting year-over-year user growth of nearly 19% as of September, Bumble will target a $28 to $30 per share price on a $7 billion valuation. Match Group’s valuation is more than $45 billion, but its average subscribers grew by just 12% over that time frame.” (CNBC)
    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/02/11/bumble-ipo-vs-match-group-traders-check-out-dating-stocks.html
    “Ticketmaster Inc., which had recently been bought out by USA Networks Inc. (later renamed IAC), bought Match.com in 1999 for $50 million. Cendant Corporation bought the matchmaking upstart a year earlier for $6 million, per SF Gate.”(Business Insider)
    https://www.businessinsider.com/what-is-match-group-history-of-tinder-parent-company-2021-1#match-group-was-founded-in-february-2009-after-the-holding-company-iac-decided-to-bundle-all-dating-sites-it-owned-iacs-initial-purchase-of-matchcom-dates-back-to-the-1990s-1
    It amazes me how venture capitalists will invest millions of dollars into a dating app or website. But think about the target audience: a bunch of lonely people looking for love…or perhaps a one night stand. Maybe this is a testament to how embarrassing offline dating is—particularly if you’re an introvert, like myself. There have been many moments in my life where I’ve tried to overcome my fear of approaching women I didn’t know and strike up a casual conversation. I feel nervous when I do that. Then, when I try to close the deal and ask for her phone number, I often get this response: “I have a boyfriend.” That situation can be frustrating after several tries—and I wish I had a dollar for every time it happened. So I see why people are spending money to find other people who are single and available. It eliminates wasted time and embarrassment. But on the downside: it’s heavy competition for guys trying to date a woman who’s getting 1000 messages a day.
    If you’re a guy having a hard time getting dates with women, I think one solution would be to create your own dating app. Then, when it becomes popular, sell it to some parent company for millions of dollars. Then walk into the nightclubs with confidence and tell the ladies that you’re a major shareholder. That will make them take off their panties!

    I have a boyfriend, after having such a conversation, is a lie.

    Any woman who actually had a boyfriend and was approached by a guy hitting on her, would say that right away. She knows within the first minute if she’ll sleep with you. To drag it on that long, and tgen pull that out, she’s lying. She’s just rejecting you and using a nonexistant man as her excuse.

    Women want everything, but want responsibility and accountability for nothing.

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    Secret Agent MGTOW
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    The excerpts from these articles are just shocking to me:
    “Boasting year-over-year user growth of nearly 19% as of September, Bumble will target a $28 to $30 per share price on a $7 billion valuation. Match Group’s valuation is more than $45 billion, but its average subscribers grew by just 12% over that time frame.” (CNBC)
    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/02/11/bumble-ipo-vs-match-group-traders-check-out-dating-stocks.html
    “Ticketmaster Inc., which had recently been bought out by USA Networks Inc. (later renamed IAC), bought Match.com in 1999 for $50 million. Cendant Corporation bought the matchmaking upstart a year earlier for $6 million, per SF Gate.”(Business Insider)
    https://www.businessinsider.com/what-is-match-group-history-of-tinder-parent-company-2021-1#match-group-was-founded-in-february-2009-after-the-holding-company-iac-decided-to-bundle-all-dating-sites-it-owned-iacs-initial-purchase-of-matchcom-dates-back-to-the-1990s-1
    It amazes me how venture capitalists will invest millions of dollars into a dating app or website. But think about the target audience: a bunch of lonely people looking for love…or perhaps a one night stand. Maybe this is a testament to how embarrassing offline dating is—particularly if you’re an introvert, like myself. There have been many moments in my life where I’ve tried to overcome my fear of approaching women I didn’t know and strike up a casual conversation. I feel nervous when I do that. Then, when I try to close the deal and ask for her phone number, I often get this response: “I have a boyfriend.” That situation can be frustrating after several tries—and I wish I had a dollar for every time it happened. So I see why people are spending money to find other people who are single and available. It eliminates wasted time and embarrassment. But on the downside: it’s heavy competition for guys trying to date a woman who’s getting 1000 messages a day.
    If you’re a guy having a hard time getting dates with women, I think one solution would be to create your own dating app. Then, when it becomes popular, sell it to some parent company for millions of dollars. Then walk into the nightclubs with confidence and tell the ladies that you’re a major shareholder. That will make them take off their panties!

    I have a boyfriend, after having such a conversation, is a lie.

    Any woman who actually had a boyfriend and was approached by a guy hitting on her, would say that right away. She knows within the first minute if she’ll sleep with you. To drag it on that long, and then pull that out, she’s lying. She’s just rejecting you and using a nonexistant man as her excuse.

    Women want everything, but want responsibility and accountability for nothing.

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    Turquoise Turtle
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    Or just see hot escorts like me.
    Problem solved.

    Details please.

    I have never hired an escort/prostitute or paid a woman directly for sex but would be curious to know how you go about doing this. IDK where your located but in California it’s illegal and they’ve been doing lots of police stings on this sort of thing because of so much human trafficking coming up from Mexico.

    The only honest relationship a man and a woman can have is that of a hooker and a john.

    #939515
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    TG
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    Any woman who actually had a boyfriend and was approached by a guy hitting on her, would say that right away. She knows within the first minute if she’ll sleep with you. To drag it on that long, and then pull that out, she’s lying. She’s just rejecting you and using a nonexistant man as her excuse.

    Most likely true. The other scenario is that she does have a boyfriend but still craves attention from a random guy that hits on her. Probably more dopamine than 100 likes on a Facebook post.

    Order the good wine

    #939522
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    The Black Scorpion
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    Or just see hot escorts like me.Problem solved.

    Details please.
    I have never hired an escort/prostitute or paid a woman directly for sex but would be curious to know how you go about doing this. IDK where your located but in California it’s illegal and they’ve been doing lots of police stings on this sort of thing because of so much human trafficking coming up from Mexico.

    Simply google escorts/escort reviews/message parlors in your area. Craigslist and Leolist are good too.

    Highly reviewed women are legit and are not police and not under age. Stay away from foreign woman because they are probably trafficked.

    Prostitution is not illegal. Conducting prostitution in public however IS illegal.

    You have the option of incall – going to their place or outcall – them coming to yours. I always do incall because I feel it is safer.

    As long as you do things right, there really isn’t anything to it and seeing an escort is like seeing a doctor or dentist.

    Depending on where you live you are looking at anywhere between $200 – $500 an hour.

    The greatest tragedy in life is to spend your whole life fishing only to discover that it was not fish you were after. - Henry David Thoreau

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    Swimcat
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    I trade options six months call. Looks like a good stock to short.

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