So let’s get down to the details. Basically, a major research company out of New York called ConvergEx Group began compiling data, and in their online dating market research they started comparing the average relationship duration – meaning, from initial contact to actual marriage – in regular, offline couples with those that met via the Internet, like right here at LFGdating. What they found is staggering, and I’m not even talking about the more six thousand dollars in savings that I mentioned earlier; the average offline courtship lasted approximately 42 months, while the average online courtship lasted just 18.5 months.
Isn’t that crazy? Just think about that for a second: for those that are still too stubborn not to give online dating a try, they are not only giving away an extra $6,000, but they’re also spending an extra two years in courtship. Just wow.
For the full research story over at Time.com just click here – and if you haven’t raised your LFG flag yet, what in the world are you waiting for? Click here to view your geek and gamer matches on LFGdating today!