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We think that's much more effective than emailing strangers on regular dating sites." The Datable just makes dating easy and adds a "viral dynamic" to the online dating equation.The more friends you have on The Datable, the more singles you'll have a chance to meet.
A new service called The Datable seeks to make love connections within Facebook's global network of more than 901 million users.The advantage of entering a relationship with a friend is that you’re already comfortable around each other and you’ll bypass any awkward stage that most new couples go through.You most likely have similar interests, are in the same social circles, enjoy the same hobbies and you already know the other person cares about you."Most of your friends are already on Facebook, so by using Facebook Connect it's simple and quick to tag the ones you think are datable," co-founder and CTO Michael Brotzman tells Mashable."All you have to do is click." The free service lets Facebook users connect with friends of friends, and their single friends."You're much more likely to have something in common if you share the same extended circle," Brotzman says.
First-time users can optimize their experience by growing their networks.
It starts by building a network of single ladies and bachelors.
Users sign onto The Datable with a Facebook account and start tagging datable friends.
It’s not worth risking your friendship if you aren’t completely sure of what you want out of pursuing the relationship.
If you’re hearing phrases such as: “You’re like a brother/sister to me” or “I don’t want to jeopardize our friendship” or if your friend is asking advice on another person he or she is attracted to, you shouldn’t even think about dating the friend because chances are your friend doesn’t share the same romantic feelings for you. You both should be going into the new relationship hoping for serious results.
The Datable urges users to round up eligible Facebook friends for a new social dating experiment.