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Welcome to Interact Society!


Hey Everyone-

Thanks for checking out Interact Society.  I need to have a heart-to-heart with all of you, my main motive is because we have put a bunch of new functions on the website that people arent' utilizing for best results.  3 years ago I set out to improve the way singles meet.  Well let me back up a bit.  I moved to Seattle 9 years ago from Connecticut and my now ex-wife and I started a family.  A few years later I became a singledad in a new city with not a lot of people in my "singles" circle.  I had a very tough time meeting new singles.  I was now a "real" single person with "real" single problems.  I had trouble meeting other singles when I was available!!!!!!

Yes I did go on quite a few first dates (luckily for my flexible sales schedule) using some of the most popular dating websites but I didn't really make that true connection we all are seeking.  I think part of the reason is because those first dates can be very awkward and it almost feels like an interview.  Lastly we really don't know if there is chemistry or whether our personalities will mesh until we meet in person.  There were many fantastic email and text conversations but things fell apart when we actually met in person. 

So, I decided to start a website where singles can learn more about others through picture sharing and common interests versus just profile browsing.  Why does this work?  Well for one, ask yourself how many people on Facebook you have unfollowed because their post are negative or you were just turned off by them (I'm already raising my hand)?  Well the opposite is true as well.  I connected with someone, not through this website, for our common love for hiking.  I not only loved her hiking pictures but also the pictures she shared about her everyday life; family, friends, things that made her happy, her passions, etc.  I began to feel even more connected to her and her life.  

The new group functions and the newsfeed are the basis of how Interact Society will work.  I am going to share the below info with you to weed out folks who are not good candidates for Interact Society.  This will not only help you find what you are looking for but it will make the singles who have joined this website have better success in finding what they are looking for.

  • If you are looking for a quick hookup Tinder is probably best for you.
  • If you are looking to sign up, not put a picture on your profile and just browse profiles and send emails then OKCupid, Plenty of Fish or Match are better suited for you.
  • If you are just interested in meeting singles at events then Meetup has plenty of well established groups.

Wow pretty impressed you made it this far!!!  

Now if you are interested in:

  • not sending or receiving a bunch of emails
  • meeting singles you can learn more about who they are and what they are interested in
  • having more first dates with people you share common interests with
  • finding someone you have more chemistry with
  • not joining the traditional online dating websites
  • and meeting more singles


All of the fun interactive functions of Interact Society are unlocked when you decide you are tired with the above dating website and you find yourself in the shoes I wore several years ago.  I want you upload a few photos of yourself and right now start thinking of the ONE activity that makes you happy, that you are passionate about.  After building your profile, check to see what city/activity groups are up and running in a city near you.  If there are none that interest you I encourage you to start a new group.  Trust me it won't take you more than 2 minutes!!!  Once you are done be sure to upload a relevant photo into the group newsfeed.  People are signing up all the time and the more groups that are formed, the more people that will stay.  The more you all post in the newsfeed, the more others people will post, like, comment and interact in the newsfeed.  It's a win-win for all of you!!!

This is what meeting other singles should be!!!!  (See below)
singles hiking in Denver