MatchU.com is a website based in Southern California that connects people who have shared experiences, who are in the same place at the same time, and are interested in meeting more and more of their friends. Since the website launched in August 2006, they have registered more than 9,500 members. A member will become a match for up to four people within 365 days.
MatchU.com is one of those websites that is full of cool stuff. But one thing it does have is a little bit of weirdness. The match form, for example, allows you to create a match to be a person who has a similar background. But in the original version of match, you had to choose a race or ethnicity. Now, you can create a match based on any demographic. This is kind of cool in theory, but it might be hard to use in practice.
MatchU.com also doesn’t really take long to pop up on your screen, but the whole thing is a little bit weird. You can create a match based on your own personal information, but you can’t create a match based on someone else’s information.
I think this has it’s place, but overall I think it would be a bit confusing. I think you could create a match based on your own personal information and then that match could also include that person in another part of the site, but I can’t imagine how that would work. The only way I can envision this working would be if you create a match based on your own personal information and then your personal match could also be included in the site.
Matching is a common practice among SEO’s. The intent is usually to find a person whose content is similar to yours, but a person’s own description could be better than that of another user. However, in this case, I think it’s just confusing. You could create a match based on your own personal info, and then your own match could also be included in the site, but that would be confusing.
If you want to have a link that matches any other site’s content, you can still use the link to display the page you want. If you want to have a link to an existing website that you can link to, then the link to your own site would be the best place to start.
This is a good point. The more unique you are, the more important it is to link to your own site.
There is a good example in the comments. I’ve linked to the comments page of this site before, but it was just a small discussion about how some other sites handle duplicate comments. In this case, the duplicate comments were coming from the same person, but not necessarily the same person. So I’ve made a link to the profile of the person, so if a visitor to the site had a link to the comments page, then they could see the comments from the same person.
This is a cool way to get a wider audience. There are many forums out there that aren’t as active as they once were. Maybe you want to link to the forums and then maybe you want to link to a page on your site? One thing you might want to consider is that the links will be very important to you, so if you don’t want them, you might want to reconsider the site.
this may sound weird, but I’d rather someone just link to your site than your blog. It helps to have a place to put links that you consider valuable and relevant. It also helps to have an “About Me” page so visitors can find out a little bit about you and your interests.