CHICAGO, IL (November 19, 2010) – Point. Click. Love. While dating sites have been around and grown increasingly popular throughout the past decade, there has never been a Jewish site that gave exclusive access to parents and made dating an official family affair. Until now.
Launched today, www.TheJMom.com breaks the mold of standard Internet matchmaking. Geared specifically toward Jewish parents and their single sons and daughters, the site offers a unique, but old-fashioned, concept: let mom decide.
“More parents are recognizing that making connections online can lead to love off- line,” said Danielle Weisberg, co-founder of TheJMom.com. “TheJMom.com puts parents behind the keyboard and lets them do the clicking and the matching.”
The goal of the site is to create a network of Jewish parents across the country who share a passion for finding their sons and/or daughters love. Members can browse prospective partners by city, e-mail other parents for more information and take the initiative to set up dates.
In a limited-time launch offer, from now until January 1, 2011, new members can receive free one-year access. Moms – and their sons and/or daughters – can explore the site for free while home for the holidays and start 2011 off with a promising new dating scene.
Through exploring, Moms will find the site easy to navigate with three simple steps to begin the search:
- Sign Up: Enter an email address and choose a password
- Fill Out Your Information: Develop a profile, upload photo
- Find a Match!: Use search tools to find the perfect match
“Moms have been setting up their children for centuries,” said Weisberg. “We’ve made it simple for mom to get online, and start hand-picking her son or daughter’s next date!”
Bradley Weisberg and Danielle Weis-berg are from Louisville. They are the children of Frank and Barbara Weisberg.