I don’t think a person should be treated like a product on an ecommerce shopping list.
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New York, NY (PRWEB) November 13, 2013
Jzoog.com, an online dating site promising to give Jewish singles a better way to find love, launched late last week and is already shaking up the world of online Jewish dating.
Jzoog sets itself apart from other dating sites in several innovative ways:
1. Everyone, including non singles, can suggest matches on the site.
2. No paid membership or subscriptions. Users only pay for initiating contact with other singles via tokens. Replying to messages is always free.
3. Users view one profile at a time and must either contact, match, or pass before viewing the next profile.
4. Users must sign in with Facebook, preventing fake or duplicate profiles and helping assure that profiles are “single and accurate”.
Jzoog.com is the brainchild of founder and CEO Arnie Singer, a rabbi, dating coach and entrepreneur. Singer’s insights into dating and relationships have appeared in major publications including Huffington Post, Galtime, Your Tango and Yahoo Shine. He is also the author of From I to I Do: How to Meet, Date and Marry Your Mr. Right and blogs at jcoach.com.
“I dated for 15 years before finally finding my wife [online]. I want to help singles find their matches by providing them with a better and more productive online dating experience than what’s currently offered,” said Singer.
Singer also wants to empower the entire community to get involved in the process of creating Jewish couples (zoog is the hebrew word for couple). People already in relationships can sign in to Jzoog as matchmakers and can then suggest matches for their single Jewish friends. “No computer matching algorithm can beat the quality of a suggestion by a friend or relative who knows you in real life,” said Singer.
Jzoog is the only Jewish dating site that uses Facebook login, which provides users with social proof regarding the profiles on the site and prevents fake and duplicate profiles. Jzoog is also the only Jewish dating site that displays user profiles one at a time instead of in a list. “I don’t think a person should be treated like a product on an ecommerce shopping list,” Singer said. “Everyone deserves to be viewed as an individual.”
Jzoog is spreading quickly among Jewish singles in the US, Israel and internationally and plans to launch a mobile app in the near future.
For more information contact:
Arnie Singer - arnie(at)jzoog(dot)com