Whitney Wolfe’s Bumble Baby

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Posted by omeditors | Posted in people | Posted on 26-01-2018

Let’s face it, dating is one of the things in life we prepare for all our lives and never get ready for. Your mum will teach you about birds and bees, but she can never prepare you for all the twists and turns of the dating world. Those ones, you learn on your own and you learn hard way. Traditionally, men make first move and women just sit around and wait to be picked. What then if no one ever picks you? Does it mean that you are a not it? Of cause not!

By giving women the power to make the first move, Bumble evens out the playing field. Now women don’t have to sit around and wait for some guy to make up his mind about her. She can now make the move. Bumble has a feature that allows only the female to start a chat. Because of this, bumble has become quite popular in the dating world. By the end of its first year in the market, Bumble had attracted over two million users!

Because of Bumble’s uniqueness, Whitney got an offer to sell out at 450 million dollars by mismatch, but she declined. She said the app is worth so much more. So what next for bumble? It’s headed to becoming the number one dating site on its own, no partnerships. With its unique features such as the Bumble boost, bumble bff and bumble coins, the app is leaps and bounds ahead of the rest and can easily stand on its own.

The Bumble bff feature is a feature you will find in no other dating site. It allows the girl to find a best friend through the app as well. With Bamblebff, any of the girls can start conversation. Since all conversations in bumble have to be started within 24 hours of the match the female user can get Bumble boost, at a fee, so she can have more than 24 hours to start a conversation with her match. Then there are the Bumble coins, you can use them to tell someone that you are really interested in them.

It’s not a surprise that Whitney Wolfe would come up with an app with a goal to help other people. Whitney helping people goes way back to her days in school. While still at Southern Methodist University she partnered with Patrick, a celebrity stylist, to launch ‘help us’ to sell bamboo toe bags to those affected with BP oil spillage. After that, she was off to help orphanages in South East Asia. With Bamble, apart from making money, she gets to help people every single day.

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