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On this day, which is called "Dating Sunday," there will be a That is a shit ton of potential husbands (and potential fuckboys).January 8 falls in between Match's Peak Season, which ranges from December 26 to February 14.According to Buzzfeed, Hinge and Coffee Meets Bagel also report peak usage on the same first Sunday of the year, so by no means are you limited to Match. If you're feeling savvy and really want to capitalize on the fresh market of online daters, the exact peak time Sunday, Jan. READ MORE: Canadians are guilty of oversharing on dating sites, survey finds Experts say dating websites typically see increases in traffic after Christmas, but it tends to really spike on Jan.
8.“I’d say the two very common New Year resolutions is getting in shape and for those who are single is finding a date,” Mori said. According to Mori, the cold weather drives many singles indoors, and online.“We have plenty of literature and plenty of data to suggest that when the weather is colder, we tend to have a lift in online dating activity,” he said.
Dubbed “Dating Sunday,” January 8 is the first Sunday after New Year’s Day, which, according to Tinder, is typically the most popular day for swiping.
And it’s not just for swipers: Match users, too, will flock to the site, showing that it’s not just hookups people are looking for, but relationships, too.
If finding ~love~ is one of your 2016 resolutions, statistically speaking, now's the time to give that dating app a shot.
If you absolutely hate it, you can always delete the app and forget it ever happened.
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