Coffee Meets Bagel (CMB), the dating app startup that turned down a million deal on Shark Tank and has raised more than million, lifted the hood for Geek Wire on some of its internal data about Seattle-based user habits from January 2017.CMB isn’t nearly as widely-used as Tinder — see some data from that app below — but still carries a 4-star review with more than 23,000 downloads. What happened to patience, investment, and meet-cutes? I just want to meet someone who thinks I’m as amazing as I think he is, makes me a priority, is my partner in crime, and loves my dog. People think they’re just one swipe away from someone better.
Work: North America Business Development Manager, Microsoft Financing. “Being a metropolitan city that is surrounded by nature, Seattle attracts a unique mix of people who are active and adventurous yet grounded and driven, which is the best of both worlds. These are some of the juicy questions we asked some of Seattle’s “most eligible” singles — according to Hinge, at least. Has the growth of and other tech companies in Seattle helped or ruined your dating life?(Yes, they are Hollywood A-listers who may never even know your name, let alone that you exist. ) The only problem with being a member of such a large unmarried group, informally known as “America’s Singles Club,” is that your prospects need to live within a drivable or walkable distance — unless you and your future beau can tolerate a completely or partially virtual relationship. Regardless of your preference, know that Wallet Hub is cheering for you.With your love life in mind, our data team compared the 150 most populated U. cities based on 29 key indicators of a location that’s friendly toward a single-but-looking status.
The company’s strategy is to give male users 21 “Bagels,” or potential matches, per day, and then show female users a curated list of men who already liked them.