Dating sites for communication
Currently, the team behind Friendlylook is seeking funds on Indiegogo, the crowd-funding platform, in order to build more features.Trevor Chidester, founder of Friendlylook, says the difference between his site and traditional dating websites is that rather than go through as many dates as possible, on Friendylook people are able to identify potential matches who are more suitable for them. and The Datable have similar ideas — except with these sites you actually connect with Facebook to see friends of your friends. You create a private account on The Datable and then sign into Facebook through the site.Imagine if you could get the same experience of a cocktail party — and all the potential date option, but online.That's the idea behind a new crop of dating websites that aim to recreate the experience of cocktail parties or a get together at a friend's apartment where you just might meet someone new.Parties are always great places to meet people, but since most people don't have the opportunity or time to attend one every day, websites like Friendlylook, The Datable and let you browse your friends' friends.The newest site Friendlylook says it engineers serendipity.
Start by creating your dating profile and then you can begin communicating with other Jewish singles via messaging and winks.The only people who show-up in the stream are ones who match a user's search criteria (age range, distance, education, etc.).The stream is very basic at the moment, but the idea has potential.I just wanted to write and let members know that I met my man on Jewish From there our date continued to some miniature golf and we continued to date thereafter.Mike proposed to me and I accepted without any doubt. So thank you for having this site available; we may not have met otherwise.