Tickle Inc. is a media company, providing self-discovery, and social networking services. Formerly known as Emode.com, Tickle was founded on the idea that personal insight and connections to others can be scientific, fun and profitable.
Tickle survived the dotcom bust of 2000, became profitable in early 2002, was acquired by Monster Worldwide in May 2004 and is now part of the overall Monster network. In April 2008, it was announced that Tickle.com will be shut down at the end of June 2008 . However the site still remains active to this day despite that.
Tickle's tests are divided into nine main channels. The channels are Entertainment, Style, Careers, Relationship, Mind & Body, Teens, Lifestyle, Family and PhD-Certified. Tickle offers over 200 tests, 50 of which are PhD-certified.
Users may message each other and discuss similar scores they may have gotten. They may also upload pictures and write about their hobbies, likes and dislikes, etc. on their profile.
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