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After starting and successfully selling the Internet’s first online personals site, WebPersonals.com, Andrew founded FriendFinder in 1996 which has grown to become the world’s largest online personals network. He served as CEO until December 2007 and again throughout 2014. He also founded Focalink Communications/AdKnowledge, the first company to centralize Internet banner advertising, Medley.com Ad Agency, one of the largest online affiliate networks, and W3, the first commercial website personalization software company. He received his Ph.D. in Engineering Design from Stanford University.
FriendFinder pioneered and continues to innovate some of the most popular and widely-used dating and entertainment websites in the world. We run the world’s first and by far the largest adult dating network with one goal in mind: bringing in like-minded people together for fun, intimacy and love. Every day we’re finding new ways to help our members engage, communicate and connect with people who are looking for exciting experiences both online and offline.

In 1994, Andrew Conru created the first online dating site,[citation needed] WebPersonals. After selling that site in 1995, he launched FriendFinder.com, an early social networking site, in 1996.[3] 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.[4]
Created in 2007, Zoosk was among the first dating sites to integrate with social media networks, like Facebook and Google+, allowing for even faster sign-up. More than 40 million people have joined Zoosk, and more than 30 million have downloaded it via the App Store and Google Play. This is an active bunch as well — Zoosk members exchange more than 3 million messages a day on the site. Unlike with Yahoo+ Personals, you can leave your wallet right where it is because Zoosk doesn’t charge for any of the basic features, including the Carousel, SmartPick, and Insights.

Good question. I miss the m4m. I don't consider myself gay and want nothing to do with another man on a personal level but, I have a fetish that is hard to satisfy without being able to simply scroll down a list of horny strangers and try to get them to cum in my mouth. I don't know if its a blessing or a curse to not have thus resource any longer.
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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.
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