Online dating: The kinda guys I seek aren’t sending me messages
News from What’s a … – Canadian National Newspaper:

( — Q. I’m trying online dating, but I’m only receiving messages from the trashy loser types. I know that I’m pretty, smart, funny, and nice, and there’s nothing glaringly wrong with my profile that seems obvious. But the guys with my same qualities just aren’t sending me messages or responding to mine. What’s going on?

A. Welcome to the world of online dating. Actually, no, welcome to the world of any kind of dating.

What’s going on is the same thing that goes on with everyone else who dates. Think of all the dating clichés you’re heard: A good man is hard to find. You have to kiss a lot of frogs before you find a prince. Dating is a marathon, not a sprint. Nothing worth having comes easily. All those and more apply here. There might be a lot of fish in the sea, but the majority of them are throwbacks. Unfortunately, sorting through them is a necessary evil and the only way to find a good match.

I have zero experience with online dating, but I would guess that the longer you do it, the better you get at attracting and spotting potential mates and avoidi…………… continues on What’s a … – Canadian National Newspaper

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The Business of Infidelity Experiences Record Growth as Online Dating Leader …
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Controversial dating site is celebrating its 10th anniversary by continuing with aggressive global expansion plans, which have already established the online affair service in 17 countries. The U.S. continues to lead growth with over nine million members – an indication of how mainstream the business infidelity has become

Toronto, ON (PRWEB) March 05, 2012, the world’s premier online extra-marital affair service, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month by highlighting its rapid growth and the global expansion of its business which now generates $ 60 million in annual revenues.

Since its inception in 2002, has been gaining popularity around the world with rapidly growing sites in 17 countries including the U.S., U.K., Canada, Italy, Spain, Australia, Germany and Brazil. This global expansion demonstrates that no matter which language or culture, an increasing number of men and women are looking for more than their marriages and relationships currently offer them.

“In spite of what anyone says, infidelity is big business,” says

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