Finding The Right Dating Community Online Means Putting Your Privacy First

When online dating first became a major trend it was a conglomeration of small dating sites that were each designed to accommodate a narrow niche audience, and more often than not people who owned the site were also actually using the site to find dates of their own. That level of hands on interaction, and having their own skin in the game, made dating site owners directly accountable for the ways they managed accounts and handled privacy policy questions if any arose. Then the online dating industry grew larger and corporate interests starting to consolidate smaller sites in search of the biggest possible dollar signs. Continue reading Finding The Right Dating Community Online Means Putting Your Privacy First

Online Dating Articles – Statistics & Economics Editon

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This month, being the first of the 2014 year, has proven to be a big one in terms of various dating sites and statisticians releasing articles which attempt to analyze and in some instances take advantage of the statistical data being offered by many online dating sites. It’s as if all these people suddenly realized that taking a page from OkCupid’s now defunct OkTrends blog could help to attract some more publicity. Continue reading Online Dating Articles – Statistics & Economics Editon

Why Women’s Bad Online Dating Profiles Still Attract Tons of Men

Bad Online Dating Profiles - Cracked.com

A Cracked.com writer recently conducted an online dating experiment to test the depravity and desperation of men when it comes to seeking potential dates online. The experiment was pretty basic; setup an OkCupid dating profile with pictures of a very attractive woman, yet make the written part of the profile sound like the girl was an idiotic narcissist with a terrible personality; then sit back and watch what happens. Continue reading Why Women’s Bad Online Dating Profiles Still Attract Tons of Men

Husband Sues Ashley Madison Website for Wife’s Infidelity

Husband Sues Ashley Madison

In recent news, a husband from North Carolina is suing the online dating website AshleyMadison.com because his wife used the dating service to cheat on him. Apparently North Carolina is one of the few states that lets people seek monetary damages from third parties for a failed marriage. In this case, the husband is not only blaming the other guy but also blaming the Ashley Madison website and its parent company, Avid Dating Life Inc. You’d think with all this blame being thrown about that the wife who decided to cheat would be the actual cause of the affair. Continue reading Husband Sues Ashley Madison Website for Wife’s Infidelity

Common Lies in Online Dating Profiles

Everyone wants someone to date and maybe someone to share their life with. For people like me, who don’t have much time to meet new people or socialize, as we call it, online dating is a boon. It has brought together people who are looking for a date online, categorized them and made it easier for people to find someone with the same likes, preferences and choices. Continue reading Common Lies in Online Dating Profiles