Meet is a start-up dedicated to finding new ways for people to connect. Our mobile phone application uses creative technology to help users make new friends and reconnect with old ones on social networks like Facebook and Google Plus.
Meet.com™ is meant to be mobile. It uses GPS technology to instantly locate girls and guys in your area. MEET is quick, convenient, and private. How much info you share with them is entirely up to you. New in town? Wondering when your friends from facebook are hanging out close to you? Tap into MEET. On a trip? Use MEET to find a local who’d like to show you around. Hanging at home? Make MEET your go-to place and see who’s looking to meet up. No matter where you find yourself, MEET is the go-to app for socializing in seconds with new and old friends. Simply register, log in, and start finding new friends around you!
Browse for other members near your location, with similar interests.
Share the Meet app by sending invitations to your friends via Facebook, Twitter, Email and SMS directly from your profile.
Sign in by using your Facebook profile then take a few pictures and a quick video for other members to learn more about you.
Messages / Poke
Poke to attract the attention of other members. Chat directly with your online friends or leave a message for them the next time they log in.
Ian Jones is the Visionary founder behind Meet.com™. He has over 10 years of expertise in the Internet dating arena. His previous company marketed online dating websites and successfully fostered the growth of several large online dating companies such as Friendfinder and Match.com. Under his direction, his company doubled revenues, year over year from 2005 to 2008. Seeing the growth in the smartphone market, Jones knows it’s only a matter of time before mobile applications become THE next wave of wealth creation.
Jones holds an M.B.A. and B.A. degree from Stetson University’s School of Business Administration, where he focused on Internet marketing and became an Internet entrepreneur. Jones also holds a J.D. from Barry University’s School of Law.