When I burst my college bubble by moving to SF, I realized that everyone here is signed up for at least one dating app, and if they aren’t, it’s because they’ve been in a serious relationship for forever and are no longer in the market.
Back home, people weren’t nearly as turned on to the idea of online dating, but here, it’s completely the norm.
We’re expected to find ‘the one’ and be on the track to marriage by age 22, yet all college students want to do is grind at a bar, go home with someone and never have to see them again.
A lot of 20-somethings are just looking for a hookup, and with CMB, you know that the person is most likely looking for something a little more serious and mature. Meeting People Is Really Difficult In the “Real World” Yes, networking is incredibly easy when you’re in the startup world, but to meet potential lovers is tough.
College is usually one of the exciting times of people’s lives.
They’re probably away from home for the first time, making their own decisions, participating in different kinds of activities, and, most importantly, meeting tons of new people.Of course there is absolutely no bias here, but CMB really was the best app that I used as a single gal in SF.It took away my nerves and gave me a better understanding of how amazing online dating is. Check out this blog about an engaged couple that met on CMB!My roommates and I could spend all day on Tinder if we were bored enough- just sifting through guys like playing cards.But I don’t want to swipe all day, and I don’t have all day to spend on dating apps- I’m a busy bee.Furthermore, unlike Tinder, users can filter searches – from class year to gender to even college major. "We know that one thing everyone looks forward to daily is coffee breaks."Connect with Facebook, and every day at noon, the app will send you a prospective match, prompting the user to like or pass.Coffee Meets Bagel also prides itself on being discreet, you're not likely to ever match with your direct Facebook friends.CMB helps you make that connection without the pressure.You have 24 hours to respond, and if you don’t like them or they don’t like you, it’s not a big deal at all.If it doesn’t work out romantically, there is no shame in befriending an ex-potential date. ) When I first told my friends and family that I would be working at CMB everyone was totally fine with it.You may still be compatible, just not the way you had originally intended to be. When they found out I was the dating app, they weren’t nearly as excited.