Last week PlentyOfFish released a US survey revealing 'the most desirable singles of 2014' and they left us with a less than desirable outlook of finding love online. In fact, the data depicts an image that leaves us wondering if our only hope of finding love is in an episode of Grey's Autonomy.
Social media and content manager at TrueView who lives and breathes the world of dating
A covert agent of the great North specialising in unorthodox arts and social media blabbering. Doer by day, thinker by night - I can usually be found with something audible in my hands. Having been fully immersed within the creative industries as a touring musician for the past seven years, I would’ve never expected my journey to lead me into the dating world. After discovering TrueView, I realised that there was a much cooler side to dating. One that cuts out the rubbish! As part of the team at TrueView - the new smartphone dating application for the social media generation; my day revolves around helping single people find interesting things to do on those tough first dates and offering help and advice to their members – trying to make online dating that little bit less stressful. Follow me on my journey as I explore the adventuresome landscape of online dating...
Today, our technological devices are connecting hearts, breaking them and creating an abundance of ways for us to meet new people and experience love online. The transition that we're witnessing is attracting a new and younger generation of online daters.
11/10/2013 12:26 BST
Since online dating made its way onto our computer screens in the early 90's, it's evolved from a stigmatised and sparkless process of dating deluded weirdos into a normalised and adventurous way to meet the love of your life. From its primitive beginnings, online dating has fallen into the whirlwind of emerging technologies.
02/08/2013 11:19 BST
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