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09-Jul-2020 00:16

You need a matchmaker who 'gets' you, and can match you to your equal, rather than setting you up with a string of unsuitable dates.When you join Two's Company Auckland dating service, you'll have the opportunity to meet like-minded single people who have been personally matched with you - by a person, not a computer.Of course, when you think about it, what seems more silly: joining a community of fellow looking-for-love singles, who are introduced to you based on potential compatibility?Or heading to the nearest bar, feverishly scanning for someone who ‘looks' single, then hoping like mad that a) they’ll notice you and b) that you have something – anything – in common? And the statistics support this: recent research has shown that internet dating is now the second most-common way to find a partner, while as many as 1-in-3 marriages start online.Meeting single people who share your values and interests can be like finding a needle in a haystack.And it's especially difficult when you're living a full life as it is.“We’ve seen an incredible rise in online dating in New Zealand in 2012 – it has been a record-breaking year for activity and demonstrates the old school social taboo around meeting someone online is well and truly out the door.”Mr Davies said online dating had hit the mainstream.“Not only is internet dating a normal and acceptable way for couples to meet, but it works too.

Online dating fever at record levels More Kiwi singles are turning to the internet to find a date for New Year’s Eve than ever before, with Trade Me’s dating website Find Someone reporting record highs for activity levels.

The evening kicks off with your host giving a brief explanation of how the evening works.

Then you are straight into the exciting world of Speed Dating with your first date of the evening.

A bell sounds after five minutes and you record on your Speeding Ticket if you would like to meet the person again.

Girls stay seated and the guys move to the next table until you have met everyone.

Online dating fever at record levels More Kiwi singles are turning to the internet to find a date for New Year’s Eve than ever before, with Trade Me’s dating website Find Someone reporting record highs for activity levels.The evening kicks off with your host giving a brief explanation of how the evening works.Then you are straight into the exciting world of Speed Dating with your first date of the evening.A bell sounds after five minutes and you record on your Speeding Ticket if you would like to meet the person again.Girls stay seated and the guys move to the next table until you have met everyone.For example, you’re three times more likely to find a date of Asian descent in Auckland than you are in Canterbury or Wellington.”On Find Someone, the typical male online dater is aged 38, of NZ European descent, weighs 83kg, is 1.79m tall and holds some form of tertiary qualification. A typical female dater on the site is aged 39, of NZ European descent, weighs 64kg, is 1.66m tall, and also holds a university qualification. Dating gets mobile Mr Davies said the availability of mobile technology was a significant driver of dating activity.