There’s a trust level there, too, as girls can be more honest with each other about what’s attractive about the guy.
Women using the site must pay to interact with the other posters, but if they upload a guy themselves then access is free.
The site gathers profile information through entertaining and insightful quizzes and social networking activities, such as instant messaging, blogs, public forums and email.
All this is then incorporated into the matching-up process.
If you’re a guy looking for love this Valentine’s Day, you’ve got some options: Try and snag a girl with a tank of gas, flip through Tinder, or work your online dating profile until you score a date.
And the stigma of meeting someone online is all but gone.“If a single woman finds a man that she’s interested in meeting or getting to know, she gets in touch with the woman that posted the guy,” the site’s CEO and cofounder, Ken Deckinger explains (and yes, he is the Ken who gave the site its name).“All the guys are vouched for and recommended by another woman.” He says that on typical dating sites, women are bombarded with emails from guys, making it really hard to cut through the noise and find a suitable match.You also don’t need to be single to post a guy (so yes, you can post your son, moms everywhere).Ken says he knows that this type of dating works: It’s how he met his wife.But Ken actually met his wife, Jess, after Adele posted his profile on a now-defunct dating site, adding a goofy photo and a quick write-up about why he was fabulous.