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Zoosk Creates Scientific Matching System

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Our friends at social dating site Zoosk have created a new scientific matching system called, ZSMS.

If you’re already a member of Zoosk, you’ve probably noticed they are sending Scientific Matches already to your InBox. It’s a great way for your to see who you might have romantic chemistry with, but you need to respond quickly as your ZSMS match will expire in 24-hours.

I encourage you to follow up with these leads and see what the possibilities are. Who knows? You might end up featured in our Cyber Love Story of the Week.

For details on how ZSMS and scientific matching works, check out their video below.

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One Response to “Zoosk Creates Scientific Matching System”

  1. maureen anatol on June 1st, 2013 5:41 pm

    I received a scientific dating match on my hotmail. I had 24hours to respond. I said ‘yes’ to convey that I was interested. I was surprised when there was an immediate pop-up saying SUSCRIBE.
    Why was I asked to suscribe if I did not know if the other scientific match was interested. And I also did not know that you had to suscribe to view the matches!!!!
    I thought this was a free service up to a certain point. Maybe if things begin to look positive, then it is up to me to decide if I want to suscribe at that time?

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