Dating sites with most traffic
Ok Cupid tops the list, which is pretty unsurprising considering the site has become nearly synonymous with online dating.Searches this month for Ok Cupid skewed male — 68% came from men.Skout is a mobile app for i Phone and Android users that originally started as a way to extend business relationships.While still marketed as a "global network for meeting new people," the platform is conducive to forging friendships and romances.Meetme's slogan is "Where new friends meet," but surely some of the site's 90 million users find significant others.Searches primarily came from Kentucky, West Virginia and Arkansas, with 67% coming from men.Sixty-eight percent of searches came from men, and the top states were Texas, California and Florida.
With that in mind, here are some online dating tips from Gandhi to take advantage of all those potential new opportunities:1. Apps that will see the most traffic and new members are the ones that have the most in the first place, says Gandhi.
And even better news: Conversations initiated by women are more likely to lead to dates.3. Gandhi recommends five or six photos—including head shots and full-body shots—that haven't been retouched, so they give a realistic idea of what you look like.
It also helps to show yourself doing fun activities that express your personality.
Plentyof Fish users take a "chemistry test," and the site matches them to people with similar personalities, focusing on emotional needs.
Yahoo searches came from 68% men, and the top states were Maine, Wisconsin and North Dakota.