We’ve had a blast working on the “Get Chosen” campaign, but why should we be the ones to have all the fun?! Now’s your chance to get in on the action… and win BIG while you’re at it!
Back by popular demand, JDate.com has launched its iconic Haggadah for the second year in a row, but this time the contemporary guide to Passover is available on iBooks as a free download. Why is this Haggadah different from all other Haggadahs? Well, let me tell you…
PBS’s Steve Goldbloom dropped by our office to chat with our CEO, Greg Liberman, about all things online dating. The story was timely for Goldbloom who was recovering from a recent breakup, so I did what any good community manager would do…
Looking back at the past decade, which endeavor has had the most significant, positive impact on the problem of helping Jews meet other Jews so that they marry and have children? Hillel? Birthright? No and no.
Bubbies, worry no more! The 2014 edition of The Nice Jewish Guys Calendar is here!
After a nationwide search for the best proposal video from a JDate Success Story, we have a winner!
Over the past few years, we have seen hundreds of couples share videos of their engagements for the world to see. We laugh, we cry, and we love to share that special moment with the happy couple.
Have you been looking for love, but keep coming up empty? The answer may be as close as your smartphone. JDate just released JPix, a new app that allows Jewish singles to connect from anywhere, at any time! And, with Rosh Hashanah just behind us, this new app could be just what you need to boost your love life in the New Year!
I have my first JDate at the end of the week (after only signing up 3 days earlier than the guy asked me out)! However, I’m curious about what’s an appropriate greeting? A hug? A kiss on the cheek? Or just a simple handshake?
JDate is celebrating this year’s Passover with the launch of the first-ever JDate Haggadah! Designed to be a simple, easy-to-use guide to the Passover Seder, the JDate Haggadah eBook gives practicing Jews all the info they need to host a complete Seder via tablet or smartphone – with a modern, kitschy twist.