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CheckHimOut.com Announces New Online Dating Strategy That ...

Press Release: Check Him Out empowers women to 'make the first move' and makes finding a man as easy as shopping for the latest fashions.
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Kate Torgovnick: On Online Dating, the Genders, and the ...

Kate Torgovnick: On Online Dating, the Genders, and the ... | CIS 120 Research Paper | Scoop.it
Last week, Katie J.M. Baker of Jezebel.com posted a cautionary tale, for both female and male online daters alike. A New York banker charting the waves of Match.com came up with a novel way to keep the women he was ...
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Mark Aguiling's comment, May 1, 2012 1:56 PM
Bring in a gender view on online dating. Whether more female or male guests get attracted more to these services, and also gain a perspective of a female.
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The Best Online Dating Websites ?

The Best Online Dating Websites ? | CIS 120 Research Paper | Scoop.it
With the rising popularity and use of the internet online dating is now a commonplace affair. There are nearly hundreds of websites online that allow users from different parts of the country to meet and date.
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The Title of this site says it all. This will be a great help to hone in on what sites to choose from.
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What are online-dating sites really selling you? » Psychology In Action

What are online-dating sites really selling you? » Psychology In Action | CIS 120 Research Paper | Scoop.it
Many dating sites advertise that they will match you with a partner who is highly compatible. Those signing up for Chemistry.com, eHarmony, or similar other websites, are asked to complete prescreening information about ...
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Mark Aguiling's comment, May 1, 2012 1:56 PM
There was no psychology of online dating back before the internet, this will help me out a lot.