News and Articles About Tinder
The dating website has banned teens 17 and younger but all social media platforms need to create and enforce rules against cyberbullying and sexting.
Tinder has recently been on a campaign to try and prove that its app is about more than just hook-ups.
3nder, the 'Tinder for threesomes,' scored some free media coverage with its campaign to get users to ship stinky socks to Tinder.
Whether wooing a date or closing a sale, one "yes'' eclipses many, many "no's.''
The company -- which owns multiple dating websites, including OKCupid, Tinder and Match.com -- said its average paid-member count increased 36 percent in the first quarter.
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'When we found out what Shannon was going through, we wanted to help and turn the experience into a positive one,' co-founder and CEO Sean Rad tells Entrepreneur.
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Candid tips from the controversial head of the hot dating app that 26 million people mutually swipe right on every day.
'We both were trying to solve the problem of how do we use technology to get people to meet and connect in the physical world.'
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Plus: A Popeyes applicant stopped a robbery in its tracks.
Sometimes the 'truth' is embellished.
And great news -- entrepreneurs are considered sexy by members of both genders.
The move ends a feud between the dating site and a leading sexual health advocacy group.
The new feature, called Story Cards, provides potential icebreakers for users who match on its app.
Sex still sells, but Tinder is more than just a one-night stand. I take a look under the hood of the phenomenon.
Tinder is a dating app created by Hatch Labs that matches people based on location and mutual interest. The app was co-founded by Tinder’s president Sean Rad, who served as the company’s CEO until 2014 when he was replaced by former eBay executive Chris Payne.
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