Online dating is felt to be definitely on the rise as the figures for UK Internet use keeps increasing. uSwitch. com carried out a survey to find out how long Britons spend online each day and found that it was an average of 50 hours which is 20 hours more than just two years ago.
With people using their computers so much, it is not surprising that it has predicted that Internet dating will increase in popularity. With most things available on line, then meeting people this way is common too.
Internet dating used to have a stigma associated with it, but this is no longer the case. It is deemed perfectly acceptable to meet people on line, whether through dating agencies or not. Some people would rather say they met through a social networkings ite, than a dating agency, but with more people using computers all of the time, online dating is no longer seen as something just done by people who do not like to get out socially. The Internet is now seen as a huge social tool and so using it to meet people, is no longer deemed as odd or strange. In fact with technology becoming much cooler, it may even be that using it to meet people will be the way of the future for everyone.
This is good news for online dating sites, which have increased in popularity in line with Internet usage and it seems like this is likely to continue for a long time yet.
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