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Pew reports that 7 percent of cell phone apps users (representing 3 percent of all adults) say that they have used a dating app on their cell phone.The convenience of dating from your mobile phone will not only result in meeting more people, but will also speed up the process from initial contact to meeting in person.
Get dating advice and anecdotes from our very own Match bloggers on all things relationships!Social media now makes it easy to do an impromptu background search to see if you're former flame is single or in a relationship, or to check on someone who has caught your digital eye.The Pew survey showed that 30 percent of social networking users were researching those they were interested in dating.Other important statistics from the survey include: ▪ 42 percent know someone who has used online dating.▪ 29 percent know someone who has been in a long-term relationships or marriage with someone they've met online.I expect that one day the stigma will become as obsolete as your old fax machine collecting dust in your garage.
Julie Spira is an online dating expert and founder of Cyber-Dating Expert.
By learning a few simple tricks for asking for numbers (and knowing what not to do), it's not hard to vastly improve your confidence in this situation.
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▪ 38 percent of those who are "single and looking" have used online dating sites and mobile dating apps.
While these numbers continue to rise from Pew's survey in 2005, over half of those who have dated online have had a bad experience.
If you're finding it tricky to work up to courage to ask for numbers, don't despair.