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Two former Nerve freelance writers have joined How About We full-time and have been quietly posting content to Nerve and The Date Report during the transition period.(Swimmingly and Famously first went live Tuesday afternoon.) The entire online dating industry brings in about billion in annual revenue, according to a September 2013 report from IBISWorld. (For comparison, that’s a bit less than the annual sales of sports-apparel maker Under Armour.) And it is truly dominated by one giant: IAC , which owns Match.com, Ok Cupid, and People Media, which itself contains a number of smaller niche dating sites like Black People Meet.(For more, see “The nerd king of online dating.”) The launch of How About We’s media network is an attempt by its parent company, This Life Inc., to take on the giants of its space by offering something more: not just a site where singles can meet someone, but a buffet of sites where singles and couples can find date ideas, relationship advice, humor, Q&As, and more.(Though Schechter cautions: “Date night should not be deal night.It should be an exceptional experience.”) How About We’s goal is to keep people coming back even after they’ve found someone special, a challenge for all dating sites.
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In January 2013, the site launched its service for couples (currently available in only five U. cities) that gives members access to a concierge to set up dates ranging from the straightforward (a prix fixe dinner in Manhattan) to the offbeat (an archery lesson in Queens).