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In 1994, Andrew Conru created the first online dating site, WebPersonals. After selling that site in 1995, he launched FriendFinder.com, an early social networking site, in 1996. Days after the site went live, Conru found that people were posting naked pictures of themselves and seeking partners for adult-oriented activities. As a result, Conru started Adult FriendFinder, which he described as "a release valve". FriendFinder has since established other niche dating sites, including Senior FriendFinder, Amigos.com, BigChurch.com, and Alt.com.
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Please DO NOT post, share or disclose in public forums (e.g., chat rooms, blogs) any Personal Information that you do not wish other Members to know. We encourage you to ask questions before you disclose your Personal Information to others. Similarly, you should never disclose or share your password with anyone else. If you lose control of your password, you may lose substantial control over your Personal Information and may be subject to legally binding actions taken on your behalf. If your password has been compromised for any reason, you should immediately change your password and/or contact us at: [email protected]
Headquartered in sunny Campbell, California, our offices are modern, casual and, like our people, focused on efficiently meeting our goals. The perks at FriendFinder Networks are off the charts, including company paid benefits, 5% retirement match, paid vacation, paid gym membership and tuition reimbursement, just to name a few. Not to mention, heading to the office is a lot more fun when you have free breakfast and an on-premises latte machine waiting for you when you arrive each morning.
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I started at FFN in 2007, and since my first day here no two days are the same. One of the things I like most about working at FFN is that the environment is very dynamic and I genuinely feel like our opinions are heard all the way up to the CEO. We work in a very exciting industry and it becomes a part of your life. I started here with a plan of staying 6 months, and I just celebrated 9 years here. The people are routinely amazing to work with and FFN is more like a family than a place you come to work and leave.
October 15 - A beloved soul reminds you that money cant buy the most precious facets of life. Perhaps youre really seeking connection as you shop for sales and special discounts. But reaching out to a friend, family member, or partner likely wont cost you a thing except vulnerability. But first you may need to reckon with your pride or fear of rejection. Maybe the opposition between the stubborn Taurus Moon and Venus in wary Scorpio mirrors how torn you are about your dilemma. Yet, if youre willing to risk exposure, you might discover what vast treasure waits for you once you open your heart. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
As I said, I haven’t used the platform in a matter of years - but the sentimental value of this part of the website is so high for me that it’s painful to see this happen. I still vividly remember the moment I saw her post and felt such a surge of excitement - and an even greater one when she emailed me back. So to see this disappear has me bummed out for no rational reason at all. Sorry if that doesn’t do anything for the question. I just needed to get that out.