Dating happens love online
With the use of modern technology, people can date via telephone or computer or meet in person.
This term may also refer to two or more people who have already decided they share romantic or sexual feelings toward each other.
By now, chances are pretty good that you’ve tried online dating at some point, whether it’s on your computer or via your smartphone.
With the New Year right around the corner, what happens to online dating on January 1? It blows up."The beginning of a new year is the busiest time for Plenty Of Fish, and the first Sunday of the year always brings the largest surge in signups and site traffic," Shannon Smith, Communications Manager at Plenty Of Fish (POF), tells Bustle.
Also, remember that you are not alone in your quest for finding a potential significant other online.
If you thought everyone was doing it before, now you have statistical proof!
“It’s the beginning of a brand new year, full of new resolutions and hope for finding that perfect someone,” states Match’s blog.
So if you didn’t believe in online dating before, this should inspire you.Several dating apps report a ~huge~ increase in users on January 1. The app usually sees a 50 percent lift in registrations the Sunday after New Year’s, Hinge tells Bustle.For instance, on POF, signups are expected to reach 110,546, which is a 48 percent increase above the average daily rate in 2016. Not only do Google Trends show that “dating” is searched more during the first week of the year, but Sundays are the most popular day to have a conversation, so to speak, with someone online.It seems that you can’t go wrong if you date online in January.Match’s “Peak Season” spans from December 26 to February 14 annually.