Jzoog, an online dating site that promises to “give Jewish singles a better way to find love,” launched last month and aims to change the online Jewish dating world.
“I dated for 15 years before finally finding my wife [online],” CEO and founder Arnie Singer said in a press release. “I want singles to find their matches by providing them with a better and more productive online dating experience than what’s currently being offered.” Singer, who is a rabbi and dating coach, has provided commentary on dating and relationships in the Huffington Post, Yahoo Shine and jcoach.com.
These are some ways Jzoog differs from other dating sites: Everyone (including non-singles) can suggest matches, it has no paid memberships or subscriptions, users view one profile at a time and must choose to contact, match or pass before viewing the next, and users must sign in with Facebook, which helps prevent fake or duplicate dating profiles. For more information, check out jzoog.com.