DAYT - Press release
Survey also shows 81% of singles ‘Misrepresent’ height, weight or age in their profiles
(Is it a case of ‘Would Lie’ to meet - instead of the commonly used phrase ‘Would Like to meet”)
A recent study discovered that a nearly quarter of online and App daters have sought help to write their online dating profile. New dating service DAYT found that 30% of female singles using apps or online dating and 16% of males enlist help before uploading a profile.
Surprisingly data also shows that 81 percent of singles misrepresent height, weight or age in their profiles, which makes it even harder for suitors to select people to meet based on the profile.
The report was compiled by DAYT the new Quick-fire question video dating service. Their poll also discovered that the numbers resorting to using online and App dating is increasing rapidly. Millions of singles seek love on the Internet and according to the survey 21 percent of heterosexual couples and 61 percent of same-sex couples met online or through dating services.
DAYT is a new idea from a long running dating company whose other brands include ‘Coffee and Company’ personal match making. The person behind DAYT – leading Match-Maker Lorraine Adams hopes the new concept which involves users providing a 25 second video answering at least 5 of the quick fire questions listed on their website, will save singles time when struggling to provide photos and write their own profile. Moreover, the 25 second video seeks to expose more about a person’s temperament, personality, energy and looks than a typical profile with a photo does currently.
For more information about the brand new dating service DAYT - which is FREE to use Watch https://meemee.tv/video/2112