Fresh and upcoming online dating sites
By now, chances are pretty good that you’ve tried online dating at some point, whether it’s on your computer or via your smartphone.With the New Year right around the corner, what happens to online dating on January 1? It blows up."The beginning of a new year is the busiest time for Plenty Of Fish, and the first Sunday of the year always brings the largest surge in signups and site traffic," Shannon Smith, Communications Manager at Plenty Of Fish (POF), tells Bustle."For some, that could mean taking on another exciting year with a loved one or even being single, and for others this can mean a fresh start with someone new.Come 2017, our users looking for romance are definitely more open to finding that perfect stranger, and our data shows it.POF found that more singles than ever tried online dating for the first time in 2016.There were 18,176,325 first-time POF signups, and over half a billion conversations between members — 600,325,016, to be exact. There’s no wrong time to making dating resolutions, and January 1 seems like as good a day as any to begin.Send the wrong emoji — or apparently any at all if you're male — and you're as good as gone.
Your odds are even better on Sundays: Add perusing dating apps into your "easing into the weekday" Sunday night routine. Sunday is the average peak of traffic for Ok Cupid, aka your best chance of striking up a conversation with a potential suitor.
It seems that you can’t go wrong if you date online in January.
Match’s “Peak Season” spans from December 26 to February 14 annually.
Also, remember that you are not alone in your quest for finding a potential significant other online.
If you thought everyone was doing it before, now you have statistical proof!