Sometimes, the roles would be reversed, where a bachelor did the asking, while the bachelorettes did the answering. Today, people have taken to the Internet to find their ideal date or mate. Just as impressive is revenue growth in the mobile dating market, which is expected to grow from 0.4 million in 2015 to 5.3 million by 2017, according to If you've tried online dating, you've got lots of company. The online dating market has grown fiercely competitive.
It’s not because the profiles are written to be humorous.
It’s because the spectrum of what people think is a good idea to post online is hilarious.
The now infamous infidelity dating site Ashley Madison, which was one of the most expensive, was also the lowest-scoring online dating service, with a score of 37.
Millions of people are "e-dating" in the hopes of finding that perfect someone.
Rarely is anything so cute as my parents who actually met at a laundry mat. I love the rise of niche sites because it means people with every bizarre inclination can seek out others who are like them.
Because you can never be too niched in which dating site you choose, I say rock on and
In addition, most sites allow the user to place a photo along with a personal ad, and some even have audio capability so you can listen to your potential soul mate's voice.
While this may sound a bit superficial at first, Internet dating actually takes the whole "meat market" aspect out of the dating process because it allows you to weed out the players. Shop around until you find one that best suits your particular needs.
Whether it means to be or not, online dating is hilarious.
I know women who get together with their friends and a bottle of wine just to peruse through user profiles for a good laugh.
Here are my five favorites: Having a cool “how we met” story is always fun and preferable to not having one, but even when you take online dating out of the equation, most people meet their spouse at work, school, a bar or through friends. Did you know there are thousands of dating sites out there?