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After talking with prospective dates in person or on the phone, the matchmaker then arranges a date for the two of them. After looking at the top apps on Facebook, they stumbled upon My Purity Test, a quiz-like app that Shaw had built while he was a resident advisor at Stanford.
With more than 6 million users, My Purity Test was going viral on college campuses and had reached Facebook's top 30 most popular apps.
As a company that only minimally uses tech and has a founder in her 70s, Tawkify is not your typical Start X company.
Shaw added that the 10-week program helped Tawkify to rearrange its compensation structure as well as its company culture and email marketing strategy.
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Anyone not living in those markets can still use Tawkify, though they'll be charged a discounted fee to video chat with their matchmaker.
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But none of that compares to the services of a real-life matchmaker — at least according to the founders of young matchmaking startup Tawkify.
"Human language is incredibly limiting," cofounder E. "People are not always completely honest when describing themselves online. A computer can't match people." Carroll has written the popular "Ask E. It's the longest currently running advice column in American publishing, doling out wisdom relating to love, relationships, and general etiquette and professionalism.