Earlier this week, The Washington Post published the contents of a new interview with a sociologist who has been studying how well online dating works for a number of years.
Roberto A. Ferdman spoke to Stanford sociologist Michael Rosenfeld, who has been tracking the dating lives of more than 3,000 people in order to understand the success rate of using online platforms to find love.
Throughout the article, Rosenfeld gives a deeper insight into the research he has been carrying out on the industry, and how he believes the rise in online dating is redefining the idea of modern love.
He also shares his views on the biggest and most common misconceptions people have about modern online dating platforms, explaining why some people do not appreciate it as a great way to connect with potential love interests.
Check out the full article here.