Keeping Up With Online Dating Services

Before trying out online dating, it would be wise to use online dating services first in order to see which website will deliver you the best possible matches you’re looking forward to meet. Of course, before using any service, you should be well aware that it is still an active site and a constantly updated one.

So how do you exactly know if the online dating services site you’re viewing is active? It is really simple. They should have a section called “Latest News” or “Recent Updates.” Some may not display this section but they would have RSS Feeds or a feature that allows you to subscribe to newsletters and auto-mailing system.

A site that is really active and dedicated to providing topnotch service will have at least once a week update on the dating communities they have reviewed previously and post new ones. This allows them to tell you all about the latest features offered on a particular site and if there are seasonal discounts on the membership fees offered.

It would be best to subscribe to various online dating services and decide which one provides more updates and more news about the thousands of communities available online. If a particular website has more knowledge about the latest happenings, they are bound to provide unbiased reviews about these sites. This means that what you read about the online communities is what you really get. No surprises or hidden agendas involved, it’s that simple.

Subscription also allows you to keep up without giving up so much of your time checking out the site. You will just receive an email and read from it for any news you wanted to hear. Don’t worry about providing your name and email address to the subscription page because the online dating services will never sell or distribute your information to anyone.

WARNING! 3 Common LIES Found in 60% of ALL Online Dating Profiles (2 Are Done MOST By MEN!)

Who else is cynical when it comes to online dating sites? Are you silently and secretly SICK of being single… but having a hard time making the leap of faith to joining an online dating site? If you said YES… the good news is, you are NOT alone! As a matter of fact, in a widely cited survey published in late 2011, about 30% of people who join online dating sites are still too embarrassed to tell their friends, family or co-workers.

(Quick TIP – if you are one of these people, do NOT put on your profile “I can’t believe I’m doing this”… it was cited as the biggest cliche by both sexes as well!)

The bad news is, online dating is now expected to be the TOP way that couples meet by the year 2018, with all kinds of predictions being that more marriages will emanate from online encounters than those that start online, for sure.

Okay, now for the good (and funny) stuff! Want to know the 3 most common “lies” or fibs people tell online, according to a survey of more than 1200 respondents AFTER the first date? Here they are… and if you’ve had any online dating experience yourself, I think you’ll agree, these are all 100% true!

Most common MALE Fib:

Height! According to women who met over 600 men and compared the profile with the actual reality, men tended to add about 1.5 inches to their height when filling out an online profile. While the average height for most men on dating sites is about 5’11, and in real life… the average height is about 5’9, it’s no surprise when you do the math that’s something is off.

The sort of funny but well thought out excuse most men made about this vertical white lie? That their dates wouldn’t be able to tell their true height… simply because they could wear higher heeled shoes on the date until she noticed the truth.

Most common FEMALE fib:

Weight! I know, I know… many of you aren’t going to like hearing it, but women traditionally described themselves as “thin” or “athletic” under the build section, when in reality, many were described by their dates as having a bit of a different body than described!

Most likely to lie about appearance overall?

Men! Many men were accused of using pictures that were at last 2 years (and 20 pounds) ago, with almost 7 out of 10 women reporting that their date looked better, and FAR younger online, than he did in person. Interestingly, women while women were misleading about self describing their weight, they also tended to be far more honest with pictures than men, and didn’t “cherry pick” only their very best pics to post.

The bottom line?

Have fun! Don’t over think it, worry too much or sweat it if your date doesn’t arrive, exactly as described! Lots of people do the very same things… and at the end of the day, the good news is, MOST of us simply want to meet someone to love and laugh at all of this with!

Amy Goldstein dispenses daily dating advice at JUICYJEWS.COM … the first and only social network and dating community dedicated to sexy semites around the world!

Surprising Details About The History Of Dating

Everything in this world has a history, including dating, no matter how surprising this may seem. If you’re using an online dating app in India, or in any other country, you may be interested to find out how dating appeared. What made people create this social ritual in order for them to meet and court each other, with the purpose of starting a relationship and even a family? Moira Weigel is a writer that decided to find out everything she could about dating and how it became a part of our lives and culture. She even wrote a book called Labor of Love: The Invention of Dating where she published her findings. Still, let us take a look at some of the most surprising details about the history of dating, which may make the use of an online dating service in India even more interesting.

How did dating look in its beginnings?

The word dating was used for the first time somewhere in the 1890s, this particular activity appearing rather suspicious to many people, who didn’t know what to make of it. In fact, there was a generalized rumor that dating was a form of prostitution, as people couldn’t figure out what two people, who weren’t married, are doing all by themselves. Women were even arrested for going on dates, so it had a rather rough start, like everything else. If we are to compare ancient dating with modern dating, these two do have something in common. Dating back then was as difficult as it is today. Anxiety was very present, as people were constantly afraid that their date won’t like them, and parents were always worried that their children are not doing it right or meeting the right people. All these aspects did not change over years.

Society and the role of marriage have changed, but dating remained the same

The appearance of dating apps did not change dating, only the means that help you reach a date. Society, on the other hand, changed, so you won’t get arrested these days for going on a date, blaming at the same time the wide use of technology when it comes to human relationships and interactions. The role of marriage changed as well, as women don’t have to chase men in order to get married and have children as soon as possible, marriage today being more a form of collaboration between two people that decided that they are better off together, rather than apart. But, no matter how easy everything looks when using the best dating app in India, everything happens in the same manner as it used to centuries ago when it comes to real life dating. People are afraid of saying or doing something stupid, they are nervous about how things will evolve during the date, and avoid expressing their feelings because they are scared not to make a fool out of themselves. There is also a generalized idea that men want to have sex while women are looking for affection and romantic connections and there is pressure from media when it comes to singles or stories that create a pessimistic aura around love.

If you really wish to find the ideal partner, just be yourself, do things the way you feel and at your own pace, don’t panic if you’re still single even if you in your 30s, and don’t be afraid to express your feelings, because this will help you know whether your date is the right person or not.