Once you are sure you want to wake up with your lovely man/woman every morning, spend time together, live together, raise children, simply enjoy life and be faithful to each other, you want to make your relationships official.
But not all marriages happen to be successful and people just understand that they cannot live together; they are too different and drive each other crazy.
In the UK, 9.1m people have used an online dating site and one in every five new committed relationships starts online.
Nowadays more and more people tend to online affairs or cheating, as they see their marriage starts to fall apart or they just have free and open relationships.
You see people checking out your profile and disappearing into the digital ether and the people you The problem however, is that often you’re focusing on the wrong areas.
There’s no profit in expending valuable time and brain-cycles on the people who aren’t responding to you. Treating online dating like an exercise in commerce and marketing can seem antithetical to the process of trying to find a date, a sex partner, or a long-term relationship.
But it seems as if hooking you up with the right person is less about what you say you want and more about how you, or others like you, behave online.
To gain a little insight into what makes people tick when they look for romance online, we’ve studied the behaviour of 200,000 people on Baihe.com, a dating site in China that has more than 60m registered users.