Today January 3 is also set to be the UK’s busiest ever day for online dating, according to Match.com, with dating app users scrolling through an average of 43 profiles and message 22 people on their first day back in the office.
If one of your resolutions is to fall in love this year, statistics say you’ll have a better chance by getting yourself online with the rest of the capital’s young, social and connected singles - as an estimated one in five relationships are now forged on dating apps.
Globally, one in five relationships now starts online and the media is full of stories describing happy marriages which started with the click of a mouse.
Looking at it from a financial perspective, its estimated that globally the industry is worth more than £2bn.
Which apps are for romance and which are for casual fun?And by the year 2040, 70% of relationships will be able to attribute their coming-together to either online dating or online communication. Our research showed that the biggest growth segment for the next decade is going to be the 55-64 age group, who will see a 30% rise in the number of singletons and an increase in their usage of the internet.Good news – as well impacting on our personal lives, this is estimated to have a significant impact on the UK economy, contributing more than £256 million of consumer spending by 2030. Not only that, but we predict that couples from the South East and East of England or the most likely to have met one another online – while the fastest expected growth in online dating will be in London. Well, the growth in internet access across the country is definitely going to make a big difference.Then dates speak quite easily in a list of top things to highly successful asian dating website with over 83.Which church member, young children so that feeling a bit scared of real life dating.