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As a result, they have created apps that are extensions of their internet presence or are solely available on phones."[pullquote align="right"]"People present themselves in the best light online.
No one is going to respond to someone who says they are a couch potato and likes to stay home."[/pullquote]Match.com, e Harmony, Lavalife and Zoosk all have mobile dating apps for your Smartphone. Its users, 80% who are between ages of 18 and 34, make 1.5 billion swipes of photographs resulting in 20 million matches a day, according to Tinder vice president Rosette Pambakian.
("I like to laugh; I have wonderful children; I am comfortable dressed to the nines or wearing blue jeans; I consider myself lucky; the man I want is ...")I found Tinder to be interesting and fun.
In two weeks I have swiped a lot and have had 35 mutual matches.
But as a person living in New York City, fewer is relative and Tinder is free.
And I liked the idea of not having to reading profiles; because after reading hundreds of online profiles you realize they are depressingly similar and yes, dare I say it, boring.
I quickly learned that it's best not to go on Tinder too often because it can be addicting and exhausting. Who you see is based on where you are geographically as determined by your phone's GPS.
"No one is going to respond to someone who says they are a couch potato and likes to stay home."I was lucky. (I have friends who have been on dating sites for years.) I corresponded with 50 women and met 15 for drinks, which is recommended over meeting someone for dinner. Because if after 15 minutes you don't like the person you are stuck; and for men that means the bill as well.
Once there's interest based on physical attraction, then more substantial interaction and decision making can occur, but without that initial physical attraction it's difficult to move to that next stage. Helen Fisher, a biological anthropologist at Rutgers University and the Chief Scientific Advisor to Match.com, agrees with Le.
"A photograph of a person with a tattoo could be a deal breaker for you.
But then one cold night in November, I met a Match date in a bar in Greenwich Village.
I had a date for the next Saturday night for seven years.
Similarly, if you don't like men who are bald or prefer blondes to brunettes, then that person is not for you."Both Le and Fisher say profiles are important to read as they give you more information to help you decide to pursue, or not. Fisher said, "If two people look the same, but one is a Republican who works on Wall Street while the other is a poet who just hitchhiked across Europe, these are two very different people."Dr.