I first read about YesNoMayb.com on Springwise (which is a GREAT site by the way) late last week. Since then it’s popped up in all kinds of places like TechCrunch and Digg. The basic idea is that you submit your picture, others submit theres and there is some type of matching algorithm that shows you possible matches. You select “yes”, “no” or “maybe”. If the other person selects “yes” as well, then you’ll be connected. Very simple.
yesnomayb.com is available in a number of countries, but surprisingly no African countries outside of South Africa. I guess that with their tiered payment service of free and premium ($18), they decided to go after the markets with more money first.
That’s good news for all of the web entrepreneurs in the other African countries, here’s your chance to take an idea and set it up in your country before the competition arrives. In fact, if you’re really smart you’ll tie it into some type of mobile service that allows people to see pictures and vote on them from their mobile phone once they’ve signed up.