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This Dating Site Now Offers Professional Advice From Dating Coaches

Unlike most apps that have AI chatbots, Match's AskMatch service comes with the help of real-life trained professionals, ready to answer all of your questions and accept phone consultations.

‘Beautiful People’ Dating Site Releases List Of ‘Ugly’ Physical Traits

Launched in 2002, the site recently released a list of features and traits deemed "ugly" by its members.  

5 Tips To Help You Find Success On Dating Apps

Tip #1: When you select your personal photos, make sure to choose images that serve different purposes. You should have at least one close up and one establishing shot. And they should be from this decade.

Can You Life-Hack Your Way To Love?

There’s never been a shortage of dating advice from family, friends and self-help authors. Yet in the digital age, people are turning to nerdy hacker-types as guides.

Tinder For Tokers: Niche Dating Will Find Your Perfect Match

Dating coach Molly Peckler, founder of cannabis-friendly matchmaking firm Highly Devoted, suggests people should be as specific as possible when looking for a partner.

How Often Do People Who Use Dating Apps Lie?

Nearly one-fourth of young adults are looking for love through dating websites or apps.This relatively new form of courtship can give you access to...

Tinder’s Super Like Function Is A Little Controversial

Super Liking someone's profile is very easy to do it by accident, and it’s become one of Tinder’s most annoying trademarks.

The 4 Biggest Mistakes Men Make On Dating Apps

Texting with someone is different than talking to them in real life, giving you the chance to be more candid and fearless. That's good, but it can also be bad.

5 Dating Apps Perfect For Introverts And Shy People

Looking to meet people in bars, bookstores, classes, and other spots is tough when you're not comfortable approaching strangers and starting conversations.

Stalking Someone On Tinder Just Got Easier

Dating apps were created to get rid of the awkward first encounter; to give you the feeling that you're not meeting up with a complete stranger, even though you are.