(PRWEB) October 23, 2014
SeniorMatch.com, the premier dating site for baby boomers and retirees, recently added their newest site feature for members, “Reverse Matches.” Reverse Matches will rely on the sites intelligent matching system to pair users together based off of answers they give in their profile. While SeniorMatch.com allows members to create a profile and browse other members for free, Reverse Matches will be a feature that only premium members can use.
The Reverse Matches feature on the senior dating site is located within the “Unique Features” tab along the left hand segment of the site. Selecting it will bring a member to a list of other users that the site has found relevant to that member’s profile page. Members are able to sort through the list using a number of different methods such as distance, name, newest first, and number of comments, among other things.
Members will have immediate access to a photo of each individual, some general background information, and options to make a first connection. Connection options include sending an email or using an icebreaker. Members are also able to add notes about individual members and add members to a favorite section.
Though many seniors are conservative and don’t like to share dating stories, some open-minded users on SeniorMatch.com have become so comfortable with the platform that they enjoy sharing successes with others on the site. “HandySandy” and “CeeGee,” both members on the site, recently shared their senior dating success story from Scarborough, Canada. “We both ‘almost’ gave up! When we first met, it was like we’d known each other for years! Good luck to all the rest, who are still searching!”. More senior dating success stories can be found at http://www.seniormatch.com/success_stories_senior_dating_1.html.
SeniorMatch.com is one of the longest-running dating sites for seniors on the web. The site was founded in 2001 and has maintained a steady influx of members for nearly fifteen years running. Today, SeniorMatch.com boasts active membership numbers in the thousands, and expects this number to grow in future years.