Finding your perfect match is easier on the web
Many prejudices and fears continue to color the relationships that originate on the Internet. However, couples born on the Web have more perspectives of duration and compatibility. Did you know?
It's logical: when you finally know a person that dazzles you in a bar, on a birthday or in the supermarket and you start a relationship , you probably fantasize about a life in common. The problems of incompatibility can begin when you discover that man or woman lives in another continent and is passing through your city, who does not get along very well with children and you have children, or who smokes like a chimney. Differences of all magnitude that in the heat of falling in love seem salvable - or perhaps love can not do everything? - and they become enormous in the day to day of a relationship. This type of difficulty can be avoided when you meet someone on a dating site.
When you search for love on a site like Match.com , you make an exhaustive selection of physical characteristics, of personality, geographical distance, etc., according to your "wish list". Maybe it sounds cold, but in this way you avoid preventable differences because your relationship is born from the compatibilities, not from the differences. This is what the so-called "search filters" and matcheo algorithms, which give life to the system, collaborate.
More and more men and women in the world are looking for an online life partner and, according to the Pew research center, says do so for some of the following reasons:
- 60% of users say they do it to meet people who share similar interests or hobbies.
- 52% want to find a partner that shares their beliefs and values.
- 46% of registered people are looking for a long-term relationship, with commitment.
It is clear that if you register in a portal to look for a partner, you are willing to find it. More than 75% of users of the Match.com site say they are looking for a committed relationship and 1 in 5 of them says they have found it.
The good news is that the segment of older people grows 35 years - that is, those who are not digital natives - who is in virtuality. Good luck in your search, then. And long life to love.