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The pros and cons of online dating

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So if you're using Tinder, you just set your target radius to around 35km (because, you know, Gozitans), and boom, you've covered everyone.

Tinder thankfully takes just moments to set up, but other, more traditional dating sites ask for a lot of details before dropping you in the pool, and claim that the information about you helps them make better matches.

If you have done plenty of traditional dating and have not found the partner you are seeking, you might want to look to Internet dating as a viable alternative to traditional dating.

There are both pros and cons to Internet dating (also known as online dating).

In simple words, online dating does work and has successfully helped thousands of couples all over the world.

We all know that signing up an online dating website is so easy and quick.

Organic dating is still prominent worldwide, but online dating is starting to pick up the pace, especially with the younger generation.

Some who are not privy to the workings of online dating are reluctant to try it because of security reasons and a general assumption that people you meet online aren’t as genuine as people you meet in person. When online dating was first introduced, most of the users were actually sincere about their intentions of finding a person to fall in love with online.

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Perhaps, you might be a little skeptical about the opportunities of success, yet you really should not be.

Some apps show you if you and your potential match have any Facebook friends in common, which in Malta is the norm, not the exception.

So it's easy to Facebook-stalk them, even if you only have a photo and a first name.

Malta, like most of the western world, has seen a rise in online dating over the past few years.

For the millennials who grew up with social media, it's a natural extension of their screen-staring social life, whereas for older singletons it's just done in hope that it will be a quicker, easier and healthier alternative to dragging themselves around Gianpula on weekends, hoping that if they get tipsy enough and wear their tightest outfit, magic will happen.