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And Ginsberg stressed Match Group does not sell user data, since 95 percent of company revenue comes from subscriptions.
@Match is banking that the personal touch, via new dating coaches, can revive the brand in the era of @Tinder (which happens to be a sibling dating service).
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That's according to the annual "Singles in America" study by Match Group, the world's largest subscription-based online dating company.Just the mere thought of rejection is enough to want to live a life of unrequited love.It sounds dramatic, but to the lovelorn this drama is a reality."When you're 23 years old and you're on Tinder and getting to know and meeting people, that's very different than if you're 45 and you're a single mom looking for a second time around, which you might be using Match."But she admits she hopes users aren't searching too long."The irony is, we want people off our products because when they're off our products, they're successful," Ginsberg said."And tracking those relationships over time is something we've done and we have seen success rates."Ginsberg noted that if a user is reported as asking for money, they will be banned in order to stop scams.