Bumble is that dating app that men and women have started to talk about. It is in heavy competition with Tinder, but it is clear that Whitney Wolfe Herd is the one that is holding the torch right now because Tinder is hot. The Texas native that decided to locate her dating app company in her home state has really excelled as a business woman that has changed the dating app game.
It is true that there are a lot of other dating apps out there, but there are few dating apps, if any, other than Bumble that actually have multifaceted areas. Bumble is expanding for people that want to build friendships because this is commonplace in the dating app world and even many people doing work from home data entry can also attest to that fact as well and it’s indeed important too to many people doing various dating online business. Sometimes there are people that would rather be friends first because they are moving out of bad relationships. They are in a place where they may be separated and seeking a friend.
There are other people that are moving to new areas, and they may want to start friendships to get to know more about a new city. Whitney Wolfe is doing all of this, but she is also presenting people with the ability to date and match with someone that they may want to engage in a relationship with. Bumble Founder Whitney Wolfe’s Whirlwind Wedding Was a True Celebration of Southern Italy
All of these are elements that have made Bumble a successful dating app. Whitney Wolfe Herd has managed to create an environment where a lot of people are glued to Whitney Wolfe and what she is going to do next. How Whitney Wolfe Herd Changed the Dating Game
She has lots of people looking at the ins and outs of the app that she has created. She has done a successful job in making people wonder what it would be like if the roles were reversed for men and women. That may be the thing that many people are talking about the most.
The fact that they can interact in a way where the woman has control of making the first move is stirring up conversation. Billion-Dollar Bumble: How Whitney Wolfe Herd Built America’s Fastest-Growing Dating Ap
Spectators that are looking at the success that Whitney Wolfe Herd has had will say that the year of the woman in 2017 is spilling over into 2018 as well. Women have been coming forth and putting men in their place when it comes to sexual harassment. Women appeared and big screen movies like the “Justice League” and “Wonder Woman.” All of this coincided with Whitney Wolfe Herd and her success. Bumble founder created the app after experiencing online harassment