The convenience of online dating has exploded its popularity in recent years.
Sites like Ok Cupid and e Harmony make it possible to meet that special someone without ever having to leave your couch, while Tinder and similar apps let you browse for nearby singles right from your smartphone. have used an online dating service or dating app at some point.
With around half of all marriages ending in divorce, you have to wonder whether online dating ups the odds of staying together.
Research shows that 6% of people who marry after meeting online break up, compared to 7.6% of people who found their spouse offline.
Even if you've never spent time on a dating website, the odds are good that some of your friends have.
Roughly 42% of Americans know someone who dates online and more and more couples’ love stories start from the click of a mouse.
Online dating scams involving the exchange of money or property cost victims more than million in 2011 alone.Around 38% of those who are currently single and looking reported using dating websites or apps to meet potential mates.While adults of all ages can be found on dating sites, it's the millennial generation that tends to dominate the virtual singles scene.It's estimated that 10% of all online dating profiles are bogus.Despite the fact that online dating is fraught with certain dangers, it hasn't deterred people from logging in.