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Match Group owns four of the five most popular dating sites, including Match, Ok Cupid, Plenty of Fish and Tinder, along with several niche dating sites.
The problem for investors despite the good news is that these older sites have gotten less attention in Match Group’s overall valuation, because they aren’t generating the users or attention that Tinder does on an ongoing basis, despite their longevity in the online dating market.
Not all registered users are available for matching.
From time to time, e Harmony may create test profiles in order to monitor the operation of the Services. When asked about bots, e Harmony said: "OKCupid, which boasts over a million app downloads per week, is not signed up to the trade body, but also uses fake profiles to test its services, it states in its terms and conditions.
Match shares were up 3.6% Wednesday October 11, and the stock has jumped more than 50% since the start of the year.
But one question on investors’ minds is: what should we expect from Match Group’s other dating apps?
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