Online dating generates a spectrum of reactions: exhilaration, fatigue, inspiration, fury. The typical American spends more of her life single than married, which means she’s likely to invest ever more time searching for romance online.
According to the University of Chicago psychologist John T.
Cacioppo, more than one-third of couples who married in the United States from 2005 to 2012 met online.
I don’t know of any other guys who actually took the surveys on there (like I did eagerly); I also know few women who took the surveys for more than a dozen questions.
So, what I’m saying here is that dating online became tougher — the common denominator lowered and therefore interfered with the quality of matches I and others would receive.
Basically, the quality of these online dating sites is determined by the amount of activity and engagement we have on them.