At least three Facebook-based dating services have launched this year.
One of these, Are You Interested, also lets users compare interests.
Some people say opposites attract but I think couples with similar interests work just as well.
After all, it takes a lot more than common (or uncommon) interests to keep a relationship going.
The goal is to ease the pressure of coming up with a really good profile on users by making matches based on the things they’ve already ‘liked’ on Facebook instead.There are various types of tennis matches: no ad, pro set and match-tie break.It is also known that tennis players have eight basic shots.The site also lets users search by geographical vicinity — and with its mobile apps coming soon, likely in December, it will become one of several location-based services hoping to replicate the success of gay men's dating app Grindr.But bringing location-based dating to straight users — especially women — has been a tough sell, perhaps because women are leery of meeting men they don't know who just happen to be in the neighborhood.