Yoke will need to refine the pre-filled message text to minimize this.It could also let you set preferences for ages you’d like to be matched with.By the end of 2014, Reifman projects, there will be 130 single men in Seattle for every 100 single women — up from a ratio of 119 single men to 100 single women in April 2010. It’s less common to meet single women in person and online dating is more difficult.
It references your Spotify, Rdio, or MOG listening data against Echo Nest‘s graph of how popular musicians are clustered to suggest people with similar but not identical taste. Yoke’s site design could use some polish, but it works.
These facts could actually serve as ice breakers: “Yoke says I listen to Daft Punk and you listen to Justice. My only concern is people might be a little weirded out by getting a message from someone on a dating app they don’t even use.
Fishman tells me Yoke’s lightweight approach that doesn’t require a new profile makes it great for those “who want to meet new people but don’t want to be on a dating site.
Yoke resembles how you date in real life — you meet through friends or at a concert because you like the same band.” This beats Ok Cupid’s unstructured profile data, which means it can’t accurately find you matches that share your interests.
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Matchmaker has hottest Amazon women on the Internet from young Amazon girls available looking for dates to maybe visit the Amazon nightlife or one of the top Amazon restaurants.Yoke was founded by ex-Huffington Post social media editor Rob Fishman, and Jeff Revesz who sold his company Adaptive Semantics to Huff Po in 2009. You connect to its app and it automatically pulls your Facebook profile and sexual orientation.It’s backed by a 0,000 seed round led by Lerer Ventures and joined by Soft Bank Capital. While most dating sites give you an overwhelming set of browsing options, Yoke just immediately starts showing you potential matches.I’m a fan of Yoke’s data-driven approach to matching, which utilizes the APIs of content recommendation engines, Facebook’s Graph API, and its own proprietary college and Facebook Page graphs.Those let it say “You both went to Ivy League schools” or “You Like Tech Crunch and she Likes Linked In”.You’ll see their public profile photos and a list of shared and similar characteristics such as music listened to; books, movies, and activities Liked; and where you went to college.