Adult dating passions
If Valentine’s Day saw you alone this year, wishing that you had someone to shower with overpriced chocolates and large teddy bears, then perhaps it is time to explore online dating.
With the online dating industry now worth billions, the market has expanded rapidly to try and meet the needs of everyone who is looking for love.
That means making a dent as a new player will be harder than ever since many will have to build a database of users from scratch, says IBISWorld analyst Jeremy Edwards.
And by 2018, more than 80 percent of the population will own a smartphone up from 46 percent in 2012, according to IBISWorld.
Langston says that for e Harmony, that's meant users are checking in more often — six to 12 times a day instead of two or three.
As a mainstream dating website, both disabled and non-disabled people use the service.
Although it can seem daunting to launch yourself into a large dating community, it means the odds are on your side as there are so many users checking the site every day. • Disability, sex and relationships: condoms • This Valentine’s Day let’s kiss awkward goodbye • Wedding in a wheelchair Get in touch by messaging us on Facebook, tweeting us @DHorizons, emailing us at [email protected] leaving your comments below.