With online dating sites, apps and social media, technology has undoubtedly changed the way we meet and fall in love. But with its benefits, technology has its downsides. How else has technology changed the dating scene?
In the wonderful world of online dating, you won't get anywhere unless you can attract your perfect match. To do that, you'll need the perfect picture. The question is, how can you tell which photo is the best one to use? In this video, Image Consultant, Matchmaker and YourTango Expert Kimberly Seltzer explains the science behind selecting the perfect picture for your online dating profile.
So, you met someone online, you really hit it off, and now you want to take things to the next level ... adding him as a friend on Facebook. The question is, how soon is too soon? Fortunately, Dating Coach and YourTango Expert Annie Gleason has just the advice you need about when to add your online love as a Facebook friend.
If you've ever tried online dating, you know how tricky it can be. Among the many conundrums faced by online daters across the board is when to take the relationship offline. Sure, you've exchanged some intimate emails. Perhaps you've even spoken on the phone. But what time is the right time to take your relationship a step further and actually meet face-to-face?
So, you've decided you want to try online dating. Congrats! But, before you start filling out a profile, there's one more step you should follow, which is learning about the dangerous mistakes people make in the online dating world and what you need to do to keep yourself safe. 10 Reasons to Give Online Dating a Try
You know your way around eHarmony, Match.com and HowAboutWe, but when it comes to connecting further with the guys you meet online, you're a little stumped. Do you send the guy you're interested in a Facebook friend request before the first date? After? Three months later? 3 Apps That Let You Online Date Through Facebook and Twitter
If you lie on your online dating profile, are you setting up your future relationship for failure? Is there a difference between a white lie and a boldface one? YourTango Experts and dating coaches Nicole Johnson and Ross Felix duke it out on the internet dating issue. Get the scoop on when to fib and when to keep it honest. Online Dating Is 50 Years Old: The Humble Beginnings