Looking forward, Match Group management expects second quarter dating revenue to grow by between 4% and 5% compared to Q1, with EBITDA margin percentage in the low to mid-30s.

Match Group released first quarter 2016 financial results on May 3.

The company went public last November, and in its first earnings announcement as a publicly-traded company, Match Group fell short of earnings estimates by 5.3%. Match Group reported sharply higher sales and profits in Q1 2016.

Last quarter, the company’s dating revenues rose 14%, driven by a 30% increase in paid members.

With that momentum, Match Group continued to perform well.

Over the past several years the online dating landscape changed dramatically - in a large part due to the proliferation of free dating sites for every region, area of interest, and type of relationship sought.

These offerings have been carefully chosen from the tens of thousands of options currently available.The number of members, features, what makes them different than everyone else and the target markets they serve have all been taken into account.Highlights of the quarter include: Leading the charge is Tinder. The numbers are great,” said Chairman and CEO Greg Blatt in an earnings call.“We're spending a lot of time improving the core product experience, experimenting with new product experiences, and yet continuing to rollout modernization initiatives, each of which has basically exceeded our expectations at the time of rolling it out.” Along with its successes, the quarter saw Match Group slip in a few areas.Average revenue per paying user (ARPPU) declined 10% to [[

These offerings have been carefully chosen from the tens of thousands of options currently available.The number of members, features, what makes them different than everyone else and the target markets they serve have all been taken into account.Highlights of the quarter include: Leading the charge is Tinder. The numbers are great,” said Chairman and CEO Greg Blatt in an earnings call.“We're spending a lot of time improving the core product experience, experimenting with new product experiences, and yet continuing to rollout modernization initiatives, each of which has basically exceeded our expectations at the time of rolling it out.” Along with its successes, the quarter saw Match Group slip in a few areas.Average revenue per paying user (ARPPU) declined 10% to $0.54, mostly due to the growth of relatively low-cost services such as Tinder, as well as the continued shift to mobile platforms.Non-dating revenue was flat at $25 million as a result of lower SAT test preparation course volume at The Princeton Review.

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These offerings have been carefully chosen from the tens of thousands of options currently available.

The number of members, features, what makes them different than everyone else and the target markets they serve have all been taken into account.

Highlights of the quarter include: Leading the charge is Tinder. The numbers are great,” said Chairman and CEO Greg Blatt in an earnings call.

“We're spending a lot of time improving the core product experience, experimenting with new product experiences, and yet continuing to rollout modernization initiatives, each of which has basically exceeded our expectations at the time of rolling it out.” Along with its successes, the quarter saw Match Group slip in a few areas.

Average revenue per paying user (ARPPU) declined 10% to $0.54, mostly due to the growth of relatively low-cost services such as Tinder, as well as the continued shift to mobile platforms.

Non-dating revenue was flat at $25 million as a result of lower SAT test preparation course volume at The Princeton Review.

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These offerings have been carefully chosen from the tens of thousands of options currently available.

The number of members, features, what makes them different than everyone else and the target markets they serve have all been taken into account.

Highlights of the quarter include: Leading the charge is Tinder. The numbers are great,” said Chairman and CEO Greg Blatt in an earnings call.

“We're spending a lot of time improving the core product experience, experimenting with new product experiences, and yet continuing to rollout modernization initiatives, each of which has basically exceeded our expectations at the time of rolling it out.” Along with its successes, the quarter saw Match Group slip in a few areas.

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