Television and print publications are taking note of how more and more people are moving online to find dates and watching the rapid growth of the online dating sector amidst economically challenging times. Dating is my life and my career and that of the dating agents on my team with whom I interact on a daily basis. Imagine if your job was to spend well over 40 hours per week working with trained experts to find great dates for a diverse group of clientele.
Women love men. We want your attention and love more than we want anything else on this planet. That's the good news.
Need proof? Research shows that Americans now spend more than a billion dollars a year on Internet dating services. That's a lot of clicks, so it's no surprise that 20 percent of new couples claim to have found each other in the digital ether.
Need help finding your future wife? Flock to the Web. According to a new study from Drexel University, the most successful online dating website for eventual marriage is eHarmony.
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Tinder Gold is here. Has it really come to this? Are we now so dependent on apps and online dating, and just how do you navigate the app-happy dating pool of today?
If yes to both, skip to where I tell you how to spend less time pecking away at your keyboard and more time getting some e-booty, or a meaningful relationship -- whatever your goal is. If yes to number one and no to number two -- you're a single guy who's not looking online -- let's chat. I know what you're thinking. When I put my L-search on broadband a few months ago, I felt very late to the party.
Dating etiquette for men can be a tricky topic. Instead of coming across sweet and chivalrous, guys instead come across as weak and needy. Here are some of the more common mistakes guys make when trying to follow the standard dating etiquette for men, and what you should do instead.