Plus, whether you use Tinder, Match, eHarmony, Bumble or another dating platform, these are the top things you should do now to find love. Last year was no different, with dating sites like Match and PlentyofFish telling Moneyish that the first Sunday after the new year typically sees a big spike in online daters both joining and engaging with one another. Indeed, Kate MacLean, a spokesperson for the dating site PlentyofFish, told Moneyish that the first Sunday may be the best day of the year to find love online. Also see:
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After analysing activity data from the past two years on this day, dating app Hinge found that there was a huge spike in conversations, an increase in dates being set up and higher response rates to messages. In , it revealed that 41 per cent more people started conversations on Dating Sunday than the week before — a figure which rose to 59 per cent the following year. Hinge also found that 62 per cent more people set up dates on this day in , compared to 36 per cent more people in Additionally, the dating app reported a 16 per cent increase in daily user activity in and, in , that number shot up to According to Match. Similarly, Tinder has previously asserted that 10 per cent of all its matches are made in the month of January, while dating app OkCupid is predicting a 70 per cent increase in users on Dating Sunday in You can find our Community Guidelines in full here.
This is the busiest day of the year for online dating sites
If you've been thinking about dusting off your online dating profile, Sunday might be an opportune time to do it. In fact, it's earned the name Dating Sunday. Match is expecting a 69 percent spike in new singles joining up Sunday compared to the previous two months.
Singles, rejoice! The biggest day for online dating is approaching. January 6, is the hottest day for dating app users, according to a new report from Bustle. The trend is reportedly popular across dating apps and platforms.