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That’s what happened with Katie Doble, vice president at staffing firm the Creative Group.
Katie had been looking for a life partner in a myriad of ways: She joined a church, played on recreational sports teams five days a week, showed up at networking events with a hopeful heart and more.
Despite her open mind, countless efforts and massive network of friends, Mr. Except on Linked In, where Katie spends much of her day looking for business leads.
When she first came across the profile of Nick Doble, an area manager at Booking.com, she sent him a Linked In invitation to connect with the intention of doing business together.
According to Pew Research Center, attitudes towards online dating have been becoming increasingly positive over the past decade, with 59% of Americans agreeing with the statement "Online dating is a good way to meet people" in 2015 compared to 44% in 2005.
Respondents were polled about their sexuality, their use of preventative measures, their relationships, and sexual satisfaction.
And it turns out that although many still end up meeting their potential beaus and hook-ups socially (as many as 73% of women and 58% of men), dating apps are (no surprise here) increasingly becoming a part of the norm.
She suggests exchanging personal email addresses, if the other party is willing. “If you’re trying to turn someone on, Linked In is like debate club in high school.
It’s not where people who want a date flock to hook up,” says Masini.
But the portion of users looking for a single scintillating night—or just a few minutes of distraction—rather than a long-term relationship, varies wildly according to the particular app, according to a new sex study of readers.