Hello, everyone! Last months there were no roundups in SkaDate Dating Software blog, but lots of exciting things continue to happen in the world of online dating. Did dating sites find new ways for making matches? How to create an outstanding dating profile? What liberals and conservatives are looking for on dating websites and how online dating changes people? The links below answer all these questions.
Amarnath Thombre, president of Match.com: “People have a check list of what they want, but if you look at who they are talking to, they break their own rules. They might list ‘money’ as an important quality in a partner, but then we see them messaging all the artists and guitar players”
A divorced 40-year old woman decides to try her hand at Internet dating. She is nervous, curious, hopeful and optimistic. Excited. Look what happens half year later.
University of Miami political scientist, Casey Klofstad, and her research team randomly sampled 2,944 profiles from a popular Internet dating site, and examined the dating preference of users who identified as either liberal of conservative.
Online dating expert Nicholas Marlin, co-founder of OneGoodLove.com, tells us what makes a good personal profile. Nic’s advice: keep it “Short and Sweet, Positive and Neat.”
A new study on Mobile’s Impact on Dating and Relationships (commissioned by ChristianMingle and JDate) sheds some blue light onto singles’ texting habits and preferences by dating stage and device.
Kicking off the new site, founder of Lonely Instruments, Jennen Ngiau-Keng, says that as a professional musician who has performed around the world, he is aware of the countless musical instruments stored away, neglected and unused. “The sole aim of Lonely Instruments is to create a free service to allow musicians, from professional to beginner, sell instruments faster and search globally”, he said.
“At first I was a little turned off by it,” Azevedo said. “But after using the app, I like the fact that you’re actually getting to know people. With Twine you’re having real conversations and forming relationships before you even see them.”
New digital dating app Twine looks to dig deeper