Dating social networks statistics
Not only that, but consider the fact that millionaires prefer Linked In over all social networks except Facebook. This statistic actually first came to light back in 2013, but the truth is that You Tube’s popularity and reach has grown even more since then. The above-linked poll of Web users found that 77% use Facebook, 63% use You Tube, 25% use Linked In, 24% use Google Plus, and 21% use Twitter. The largest online dating site is actually a social network: Badoo.
In a poll of 1,300 millionaires, at least 41% of them used Linked In regularly. In hard numbers, You Tube has a little over 1 billion monthly users while Facebook has over 1.5 billion monthly users. Ok Cupid, Tinder, Adult Friend Finder, Ashley Madison — all of these sites have a higher public profile than the humble Badoo, but the truth is, Badoo has the largest membership base by a long shot.
During an April 2017 survey, 84 percent of dating app users stated that they were using online dating services to look for a romantic relationship.
Here are some interesting facts and statistics that show where we are today and where we might eventually end up. If you aren’t connected already, you’ll probably be hooked in come 2016. For younger users, Instagram is more important than Facebook and Twitter. And while Instagram might be the hippest site around, there’s evidence to suggest that its days may already be over as younger users start flocking to even newer social media outlets like Snapchat and Vine. Linked In is the most important social network for professionals.
The same survey also found that there were more male internet users who were currently using dating sites or apps than female users.
Dating sites and apps were most popular among younger internet users - 30 percent of U. internet users aged 18 to 29 years were currently using dating sites or apps and a further 31 percent had done so previously.
More than a third of recent marriages in the USA started online, according to a study out Monday that presents more evidence of just how much technology has taken hold of our lives."Societally, we are going to increasingly meet more of our romantic partners online as we establish more of an online presence in terms of social media," says Caitlin Moldvay, a dating industry senior analyst for market research firm IBISWorld in Santa Monica, Calif.
"I do think mobile dating is going to be the main driver of this growth."The research, based on a survey of more than 19,000 individuals who married between 20, also found relationships that began online are slightly happier and less likely to split than those that started offline.