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We are both active on a ton of social media networks including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Linked In to name a few. In fact, we actually first met and grew our relationship on Twitter and Facebook.
We are grateful for social media because if it was not for Twitter, we never would have met.
Otherwise there are few demographic differences when it comes to either of these behaviors.
Social networking profiles often contain a wealth of valuable information to potential suitors—such as personal photos, current relationship status, or information about one’s hobbies and interests—and many users are taking advantage of these sites to research people they are interested in romantically.
We asked cell phone owners with recent dating experience whether they had ever asked someone out on a date using their cell phone and found that: Younger adults (those ages 18-29) and those in the next age group (ages 30-49) are equally likely to have asked someone out of a date with a voice call.
These sites can also serve as a lingering reminder of relationships that have ended—17% of social networking site users have untagged or deleted photos on these sites of themselves and someone they used to be in a relationship with.
Not surprisingly, young adults—who have near-universal rates of social networking site use and have spent the bulk of their dating lives in the social media era—are significantly more likely than older social media users to have experienced all three of these situations in the past.
Social networking sites offer fertile ground for checking in on past relationships, and also for posting updates about current ones.
One third (31%) of all SNS users have gone on these sites to check up on someone they used to date or be in a relationship with, and 17% have posted pictures or other details from a date on a social networking site.