Founder of match.com, and the person who first coined the phrase “match.com.” I first used the phrase on my blog back in 2009. I was just starting out and I was having an issue with someone I had never met who was using my blog as a way to make new friends.
match.com was founded by a guy named Scott, who was very frustrated with the fact that his site’s search results were so few and far between. He wanted to solve this problem by bringing people together in real life, so he started Match.com. Match.
But it wasn’t until 2010 that the site really took off. In 2010 I published my first blog post. I used to say my blog posts were like match.com emails. That’s because I wrote a lot of them. Then I started writing more and more about match.com articles and the website grew a lot bigger. Eventually, match.com was a multi-billion dollar company that employed over 30,000 people, and the site has since seen a lot more changes.
In 2000 the site was a one-way system that was only available to users in Canada. In 2011 the site opened to the world, allowing anyone with a computer to join, and to take part in online games. Over the past two years or so, the site has also expanded and become much more mobile friendly.
I feel like I can’t even begin to describe the site’s growth. It’s so big, I’m actually surprised I can remember what it was like it used to be. I remember being a very junior member of the board when the site launched, and we had a few meetings about how to improve the site. The biggest change that year was the introduction of mobile.
We were doing a ton of development work on the site, and it was pretty tough to keep up with the growth. The site has now grown to over one million members, and the number of games they host is increasing daily. Since my departure from the board, we’ve had a few good changes to the site that I’m very proud of. I’m also very proud that the site is now the fastest growing online social game site in the world.
We are very happy with the site’s growth. I still think it can be improved, but Im hopeful that Im ready to take the reins on the site during the next year.
The site has grown so quickly that Im pretty sure the growth will outpace the growth of the business it represents. One of the sites strengths is the huge amount of members, which is a good metric to track. Im hopeful that Im able to take this site in a direction where its members grow at a faster rate than the business it represents.
Matchcom is a great site, but it’s still somewhat of a niche service. It’s also the niche service that is the most heavily influenced by the Internet. (And you should be careful what you wish for, if you’re the CEO of a startup, you’re pretty much one of the most influential people on the internet.
But founder of matchcom is not the only founder of match com that we feel is influencing the site. I see a lot of other founders of match com that, like me, have a passion for the site and the people who are passionate about it, but are not the most influencial ones. And in some cases, these are the ones that are the most influencial ones.