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With some dedication, it’s possible to become an in-demand dater.
As the stigma associated with online dating fades — and smartphone use rises — millions have turned to apps and sites such as Match, eharmony, Bumble and Tinder to find romance.
In her classes, Williams reviews the differences among dating sites, such as explaining that some use swipes for matches, while others use quizzes.
(While there is no one-size-fits-all site or app, the seniors she works with tend to use Our Time if they are paying, and Bumble, Ok Cupid or Plentyof Fish if they want to use a free site.) Sticking with one to three sites is best, as any more can feel overwhelming to manage, said the experts AARP interviewed.
There’s an abundance of books, blogs, webinars and podcasts that can help you better understand online dating.
Also ask friends about their experiences, suggests Spira.