Hindered On Tinder? These Dating App Tips Should Help
The quest to find love on an app comes with so many questions. We talked to a communications expert to help make app dating a little easier.
Nearly half of singles have tried dating apps, and trying to swoon via smartphone isn't a simple task. Questions arise on that quest for love, and Newsy sought answers from an expert in online communication. Jeremy Birnholtz is an associate professor at Northwestern University's School of Communication. Birnholtz has studied the differences in online and face-to-face interaction and provided insight into understanding the behavior of your latest match.
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