This only aplies to people who use internet dating so:
Surely with loads of sites out there we can't all be on every single one, so some people are missing out on meeting a really suitable partner because they may be on site X when the other person is on site Z. Considering this is the problem in the real world (your perfect match you may never get to meet will be in another city or country) I'm surprised the digital age of the internet isn't able to solve this. Facebook has become THE social networking site, why isn't there an online dating equivelant? This could be the applied for apps too.
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The internet is a living, breathing organism at this point, haha!
Facebook is actually starting to die off a little, if you REALLY pay attention. Things come and go everywhere, but they seem to have an even shorter shelf life on the net because there's simply SO much to choose from and it's all just as easy to access as another.
When I was online dating, I was on several sites at a time, just because I was new to it all and was hoping to meet the best from each. Not sure it really worked out that way, haha!1