Online dating secrets
Whether you're looking for long term love or just a quick hookup, Tinder is for you.It's taking the online dating community by storm and proving vastly more effective than traditional dating sites.Turns out, the secret to winning at the online game might be all in your profile—and we’ve got tips to make it sing.article highlighted findings by two very smart people—Sameer Chaudhry, an internist at the University of North Texas, and Khalid Khan, a professor of women’s health and clinical epidemiology at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry—who delved into the topic of online dating to answer the question of why some people gets more hits on their profiles than others.
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In the UK, 9.1m people have used an online dating site and one in every five new committed relationships starts online.
With more users, comes greater demand for these sites to match the right people together.
But it seems as if hooking you up with the right person is less about what you say you want and more about how you, or others like you, behave online.
To gain a little insight into what makes people tick when they look for romance online, we’ve studied the behaviour of 200,000 people on Baihe.com, a dating site in China that has more than 60m registered users.