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Sign up, tag a lot of friends and see your "datable" network grow, the founders say. In that group, there will likely be 10 singles who you've never met, the founders explain. There are no Facebook wall prompts and users also have full control over who sees your lists.
The company also has taken precautions to include blocking or flagging features.
Labeling someone as "datable" sends an invite to their Facebook inbox.
Datable users are essentially inviting these singles to join the network.
The Datable urges users to round up eligible Facebook friends for a new social dating experiment.
A new service called The Datable seeks to make love connections within Facebook's global network of more than 901 million users.
"Social will redefine the dating space in the same way it's redefining every other market," Brotzman says. Social is the key differentiator." Would you use The Datable to find singles just a couple degrees of separation away?
Have you had successful relationships meeting someone through a friend?
The Datable team believes adding a social layer to online dating and matching individuals with non-strangers is the future.
It's something that's missing from dominant dating sites such as or e Harmony, the team says. There are lots of dating sites, but they are not leveraging social.
Of course, marking someone "datable" doesn't mean you want to date them yourself.