In May 2010, Com Score reported that Tagged entered the top 10 U. In September 2010, Tagged surpassed 100 million registered members of which one quarter to one third are active monthly.
In December 2009 New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo announced that Tagged and 13 other social networking sites agreed to remove registered sex offenders under the New York Electronic Securing and Targeting of Online Predators Act.
Investigators registered accounts at Tagged and reported inappropriate content to Tagged administrators following procedures described on the site.
This settlement related to emails sent from April 2009 through June 2009.
In October 2014, Tagged aborted plans to perform an initial public offering, citing decreased revenue due to the proliferation of mobile devices.
Designed to facilitate relationships and dating, Tagged allows users to send and receive notifications for "Luv", "Winks", and "Meet Me", a rating engine that allows users to rate the attractiveness of photos submitted by others.
On October 30, 2009, Tagged announced a simpler signup process.
As of October 2011, Tagged had 150 employees, an increase from 55 employees at the beginning of 2011.
CEO Greg Tseng continues to interview employees, cater lunch and dinner, and hold office-wide meetings every Friday.
They found "significant lapses" in Tagged's response to these reports. police officer Chukwuemeka Ekwonna was arrested for allegedly meeting a 15 year old girl using the application, paying the girl for sex, and then robbing her at gunpoint afterwards.