Over the past few decades, sites devoted to matching people interested in all manner of topics have popped up.If you're a sea captain looking for a first mate, as it were, there's a site for you.He's been advertising on Twitter, where the 45th president of the United States often speaks his mind too.Facebook's ad managers won't let him advertise because they think it's a hoax, he said. Most of Goss' days are spent dealing with typical stuff for a dating site, such as fighting fake profiles, deleting spam and looking into inappropriate behavior.
Now, he's building a site named after one of the most unpopular presidents in US history. Goss, who's married and lives in the Santa Clarita Valley of California, isn't the only entrepreneur to stumble into the world of online dating.We were each the first person met from the site, and we hit it off right away.Through your site we were able to meet in person and since have shared many happy years together.By day's end, though, he received a news alert announcing that Trump had unexpectedly won the election. When Trump stood on the Capitol steps in Washington, DC and took the oath of office, Trump Singles shot to 26,000 people.Now, the site is pulling in enough cash -- either by charging monthly fees for full use of the site or for individual messages -- to cover his costs and for him to reinvest in the business.