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“The financial banking of IAC means that Tinder didn’t have to monetise the service for the first few years.
This meant a great, free user experience (no ads initially) and made it very easy for people to just download and try it out.”Bloomberg Business says the app was born in a startup lab controlled by IAC Barry Diller’s portfolio of digital companies, which now has a dominant equity stake.
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While there are peaks and troughs of audience hits, ultimately all three of the sites have declined in visitor numbers since Tinder came on the scene about two years ago.
Find Someone experienced a particularly severe drop from June 2014.
But they are dull, and boring and they just don’t represent the single over 50s we know.
“Venture capital firms that would otherwise have bid up funding rounds have approached Tinder and struck out.
From an investor’s standpoint, the hottest property in the hookup industry is wearing a chastity belt.” Idealog has been covering the most interesting people, businesses and issues from the fields of innovation, design, technology and urban development for over 12 years.
Almost half of the revenue in dating services is shared among three companies, the Herald reported, referencing IBISWorld.
“IAC [Inter Active Corp] is the leader with a 27 percent market share, followed by EHarmony with 14 percent and Zoosk with 5.1 percent.