The internet is a powerful tool. With the right keyword, a world wide web of information is just one click away. Not too long ago, people mostly watched the news and read the newspaper as the only sources of information. With all the high-tech electronics in use today, it is not surprising that many daters are turning to the internet for dating advice, tips, and dates.
Online dating is steadily trending as the top choice for many singles to search for potential mates. With the ever-changing wireless phenomenon, the number of online daters is soaring. Face it; technology has fundamentally altered the way people communicate. Now everyone send messages, update their social media accounts, and share all of their information with the touch of a finger or one click of a mouse. But all this "new, instant" communication comes with a price. By constantly being on the go and updating ever move through social media, people are becoming accustomed to 140 characters or less. With this sense of the "now," all human connections are often superficial and causing an inability to develop any romantic connection and move to the next step.
Everyone starts a relationship with the hopes of it lasting. Yet the way in which most daters communicate now, it seems that everyone wants things to instantly materialize. But relationships need time to nurture and develop, and if a couple does not have the tools and patience, their relationship will never make it beyond the honeymoon phase.
Singles who are serious about developing a meaningful relationship could use the following four digital dating rules to place attention toward their date.