Yagan was also involved with The Spark.com, as well as Meta Machine, Inc., Delias, Corp., and Barnes & Noble, Inc.
Krohn and Rudder were responsible for two of the most important parts of Ok Cupid:the OK Web Server and the Ok Trends blog. Ok creates a unique dating environment by putting heavy emphases on member participation.
OKCupid attracts a large audience because it's completely free and easy to navigate. Users guide themselves through a compatibility check instead of the site popping out random matches.
Users can answer a series of questions at their own pace, which they can later match up to other members who've answered the same questions.
Questions range from motivation to how often you keep your promises. Or "The Lover Style Profile Test" lets you gauge your sex style.
What we like: Before signing up, users are given the option to block straight visitor profiles and block them from seeing their profiles. One Good Love Tagged as a site for long-term relationship oriented, One Good Love uses a personality profile formulas to match members with potential mates. A report at the end shows what type of guy you are and what type of man best suits you.
”) to the exceptionally weird (“What are your opinions on Eugenics? The questions are picked at random from a list of tens of thousands.
OKCupid OKCupid has grown rapidly, starting from a humble collection of guys into more substance than the scene. OKCupid doesn’t use HTTPS encryption to protect their users’ safety on the vast majority of pages on their site.HTTPS encryption is considered standard web encryption used by all secure sites (it’s that little lock icon that your browser displays when you’re on a secure page.) Without HTTPS protection, anyone who tries even a little bit hard can see every question you’ve ever answered (yep, even the ones answered “privately”), every message you’ve ever sent, and every profile you’ve ever visited.Using a simple hacking tool that anyone could easily get online, someone could even take over your account and impersonate you, all because OKCupid isn’t using this super basic form of security that is standard across the web.OKCupid asks users to share incredibly sensitive and potentially embarrassing information to power it’s “matching” algorithm.