At least, that's what Match is dubbing its busiest day of the year. Hinge, a dating site that links partners through common friends, sees a 50% lift in registrations the first week in January, versus December.The online matchmaker even nailed down a time of day it claims users log on most. Users exchange 40% more phone numbers during this week, company representative Jean-Marie Mc Grath tells . Hinge's male users are 15% more likely to want a relationship in winter months; female users are 5% more likely.
After a month, Hater had 350,000 users all around the world. ”But the competition is steep: Online dating is a billion industry dominated by just a few major players.
“Maybe not the same things, but everyone likes to complain.”That truth led the former Goldman Sachs finance associate to quit his job and launch a dating app like no other: Hater, the dating app that matches you based on what you hate.
Hater works like this: you swipe on more than 3,000 topics, loving or hating as many as you want.
The online dating site says there's typically a 60 percent spike in new users joining the site between Christmas and Valentine's Day.
So what makes today the best day to log on for love?