Dating site Zoosk (which you may have seen or used on Friendster, MySpace, Facebook, etc.) has closed a $30 million funding deal according to The Washington Post.
Last October the dating service reached the 40 million user milestone, boasting that 12 million members are active, resulting in predictions of $20 million in revenue this year. This means the site should be around in time for you to find at least one summer fling.
But also how Zoosk has positioned itself; according to The Washington Post:
The site tries to differentiate itself from dating portals like Match.com by getting distribution on as many platforms as possible, as well as by targeting a 25-35 year old demographic.
If you’re looking for young urban hipsters, Zoosk just might be your meet market.