Even better, you don’t have to worry about whether or not someone’s available – everyone’s single and looking.
Regular dating is pretty much a shot in the dark – you like someone, you date, and then discover something you really don’t like!
Matchmaking can also offer these benefits: If you’re looking to meet Mr. Right and simply don’t feel comfortable posting a profile online, matchmaking may be for you.
By almost any measure, Internet dating is ubiquitous. Per an op-ed piece in The New York Times, over one-third of couples who married in the last few years met online.
However, although there are certainly many success stories from happy couples who met online, the Internet is not right for everyone in search of love.
If you are serious about finding someone to settle down with and don’t think online dating will serve your needs, consider matchmaker services.
The advantages of online dating attract at least 20 million Americans a month to online dating services.
Once seen as a “last resort for lonely geeks,” the benefits of online dating add up to an effective and more enjoyable alternative to the traditional dating scene that anyone can appreciate.
And why is Internet dating more likely to be the brunt of a comic one-liner (“It’s like the high school cafeteria; nothing looks good, but you have to pick something”), then praised for its demonstrably life-improving effects?
Facebook, Twitter and email — apps arguably responsible for the decline of written communication and normal conversation — get about the same proportion of accolades as online dating gets abuse. And then you enter into a relationship and begin to unearth the really interesting stuff. Whether the things that lured you in are what you really want…