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Online Dating: Is it Time to Try it?

ONLINE DATING: IS IT TIME TO TRY IT? "The (online) market is hugely more efficient . People expect to-and this will be increasingly the case over time-access people anywhere, anytime, based on complex search requests . Such a feeling of access affects our pursuit of love . the whole world (versus, say, the city we live in) will, increasingly, feel like the market for our partner(s). Our pickiness will probably increase." Mark Brooks, renowned online dating consultant ONLINE DATING IS OFFICIALLY A MATCHMAKING SUCCESS! Recent studies suggest that 1 in 3 Americans now meet their SPOUSES online Online relationships that led to marriage are more SATISFYING, and LESS likely to end in DIVORCE than those in traditional, offline venues source: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences "What is clear from...research is that a surprising number of Americans now meet their spouse on-line... Meeting a spouse on-line is, on average, associated with slightly higher marital satisfaction and lower rates of marital break-up than meeting a spouse through traditional (off-line) venues." -Huffington Post MATCHMAKING MILLIONS the online dating industry is worth $1.049 BILLION per year customers of dating sites spend an the mobile phone dating market was worth $550 MILLIÓN Also the market is estimated to be worth $1.3 BILLION by the end of 2013 average of $239 per YEAR INTERNET ROMANCE The average user spends 22 minutes on a dating 40 million site per each visit Users dedicate an average of 12 hours a week to online dating, including searching profiles and writing e-mails Americans use online dating services 22% 22% of couples who formed relationships between 2007-2009 met through the Internet 37% Men view 3x as many profiles as women, and are 40% more likely to initiate contact with a woman after viewing her profile By 2005, 37% of Internet users had tried online dating On average, men reply to 25% of the messages they receive through dating sites, versus women who reply to 16% of the messages they receive Several studies conclude that people view online dating and offline dating as equally satisfying 16% 25% BROUGHT TO YOU BY The Christian World's #1 for finding Love and Marriage sources: Images sources: Coupte Getting Close In Romance Stock Photo/ Lady Blowing kisses With Laptop Stock Photo/

Online Dating: Is it Time to Try it?

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Online love connections are supported by research, as an estimated one in three Americans meet their spouses online! Further research suggests that online relationships lead to more satisfying marriag...


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