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Myanmar online dating site with over 30000 members! Register at Lets Free Date free Myanmar dating agency and we will help you to meet singles, check out their photos and profiles, post your personal ad and upload your photo.Some dating sites use highly specific membership criteria to stay ahead of the competition by increasing compatibility rates.For example, requires “a declaration of vegetarian strictness” before setting up a personal advertisement on their site.In Myanmar, by contrast, online dating sites such as were blocked until at least as recently as last year.A December 2012 article in Business Today titled, “Online dating business is India’s new love interest” reported that dating sites have some 25 million active members in India.“[Indians] are now embracing a more progressive view on many things - in this case, dating, relationships and marriage,” said the founder of Two Mangoes.com, Anita Dharamshi.
China’s online dating market has existed for a decade and is expected to be worth $315 million by 2014.
Business Today reported that the industry is worth about $4 billion globally.
It is the easiest way to experience real online dating by finding your soul mate.
True love is elusive – some would say illusory – and as Valentine’s Day approaches, the chances of finding it can feel depressingly slim for singles.
It’s therefore no surprise that since the world’s first online dating website, Match.com, was launched in 1995, millions of people have turned to the internet to increase their chances of finding that special someone.
The stigma initially associated with online dating – that is, being judged “desperate and dateless” – has largely melted away. Technology analyst firm Tekrati estimated that the online dating market in the United States generated US$932 million in 2011 and in 2009 The Guardian stated that, “Fifteen million people in Britain are single, and almost five million are shopping for love online.” In India, traditional matrimonial sites may soon be overshadowed.