Online dating enjoying a boom among boomers
“By the time they reach that age, they already know everybody at work, in their neighborhood, and in their social circle.
This increasing trend of marriage, divorce, and remarriage means women and men are looking for a partner in their 30s and 40s, and once again in their 50s, 60s and 70s, Fisher said.
in 2011 where matchmaking has evolved into an Internet love fest and where the modern search for a mate often begins and ends on the web.
Today, it’s not only socially acceptable, it’s often the only way to find an eligible partner.
Even though the country had been shaken by the stock market, the number of subscribers grew by 5 percent.
The upward trend continued into 20, with IAC reporting a 30 percent revenue hike in its dating sites in the fourth quarter of 2010 and having its strongest quarter to date. One of the reasons for the spike in the industry’s revenues is that it’s “a relatively inexpensive form of entertainment,” said James Houran, a psychologist and columnist for Online Dating