Babyboomers dating service
Davis recommends that 50-plus singles join one large, general site, such as or e Harmony, for sheer volume, plus one smaller niche site targeted to their age group. The last time many boomers tried to pursue some version of romance was in a Jimmy Carter-era fern bar or disco and when “What’s Your Sign? Just like millennials, however, boomers today are going online to find that special or reasonably likable person, a much more efficient means of starting a new relationship.Building a friendship first is often a good foundation for a romantic relationship, experts points out, making Stitch and others like it much more than your typical online dating site.“We thank you all for whatever algorithm you have in place that matched us,” say Stitch users Nancy and Bob, obviously two happy customers.Facebook and Meetup are other sites for boomers to look for love or an approximate facsimile, as those are well suited for users to find others who share a common interest.
Online shopping, in which one scrutinizes everything in a category on a site like Amazon rather than hope to find what one wants among the things that are on display at a mall, is another useful analogy to explain the popularity of online dating.
Culling members from all IAC's other online dating sites, it debuted with a membership of more than 1 million, making it the world's largest site for baby boomers.
Laurie Davis, founder and CEO of dating coach service e Flirt Expert, says much of her work involves helping people -- often older active adults -- figure out which dating sites to join.
And when you’re in your 40s, 50s or 60s it may seem next to impossible. Or emerging from a period of time where you were consumed with raising children.
Or caring for elderly parents or perhaps you still are responsible for children and/parents. You might feel like you don’t have the slightest idea how to go about flirting.