Our History



 Over 15 Years of experience


Date.com, launched on Valentines Day 1997, is a general dating site, where singles can find serious or casual relationships.
With millions of members from around the world, it is one of the most recognized brands on the internet.



Matchmaker.com, acquired from Lycos in 2005, is the oldest online dating site. Started as a BBS (Bulletin Board Service),
prior to the internet, it appeals to members who are 40+ and searching for a serious relationship or marriage.



Amor.com, which means love in Spanish, was launched in 2006. It is now one of the largest dating sites for Hispanic men and women in the US, and Latin singles throughout South and Central America. Did you know that “love” is the most frequently searched word on the internet?




In 2009 we launched GayDating.com, an international dating site where gay men and women can find casual or serious relationships. This site has grown rapidly and now has a member base of millions of men and women.




In 2010 we launched 7 more niche sites. These cover a range of markets including, religious sites for the Christian (ChristianMatchmaker), Catholic (CatholicSoulmates) and Jewish (Jewcier.com) faiths, a seniors site (MatureSinglesClick),
a casual Latin site (Corazon), a site for black singles (BlackDatingClick), and one for single parents (SingleParentClick).




In 2011 we launched our latest group of sites. Our gay business was booming, so we expanded our portfolio by buying Gaymen.com a casual site for men, GayMarriage, a site for gay men and women seeking serious relationships, Gay.mx, the #1 gay site in Mexico, and PinkWink, a site for lesbian singles.




In 2012 we launched a mobile version of our sites. Now, singles can access all of our sites at all times, no matter where they are.




Between our entire network of sites, we host more than 10 million members worldwide, and are visited by over 3 million unique visitors each month. We have been buying traffic and doing business with affiliates for 15 years. Wow, that’s a long time…