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“While technology has certainly done amazing things to the dating world, it’s important for singles to remember not to hide behind technology, to treat others with respect and to present themselves honestly and proudly online.”Here are five ways people are currently dating in the digital world, according to the e Harmony Australian study.The study found that 69 percent of people admit to doing the Google background check on their date.You simply join and meet people who match you perfectly! Open your mind to new experience and your heart to new people! Our report shows that 38% of us will be meeting the love of our lives via an online dating or matchmaking service and a further 12% will have their first meeting through other types of website.And by the year 2040, 70% of relationships will be able to attribute their coming-together to either online dating or online communication. Our research showed that the biggest growth segment for the next decade is going to be the 55-64 age group, who will see a 30% rise in the number of singletons and an increase in their usage of the internet.
In fact, 22 percent of those surveyed say they met their current partners online, second only to meeting people through mutual friends at 24 percent.“A digital profile is a great way to find out more about a match, but it’s also a great way for singles to put their best self forward,” e Harmony’s Dating and Relationship expert, Melanie Schilling said in a Huffington Post Australia report. If you’re not in the mood for online dating at the moment, don't put up with it.Find thousands of fun-loving and flirty singles to flirt with.Want more of Bustle's Sex and Relationships coverage?Check out our new podcast, I Want It That Way, which delves into the difficult and downright dirty parts of a relationship, and find more on our Soundcloud page.