"Studies show that 90 percent of emails DON' T get a response—so you've got to pedal the bike hard to start to get some responses," she says.
And don't wait for others to message you; take the initiative.
It also helps to show yourself doing fun activities that express your personality.
Or, hey, maybe it's that people look better when they aren't bundled up in an oversized turtleneck sweater.
Dating site Match told Business Insider that July tends to be one of its busiest months.
Year after year, tons of online dating sites have documented a surge in traffic during December and January—a.k.a.
the height of "cuffing season." In fact, Match calls this time of year its peak season."There are an estimated 107 million single adults in this country, and at the New Year, many are inspired to make finding a relationship a resolution for the coming year,” says Bela Gandhi, founder of Smart Dating Academy and a dating expert for Match.
The summer can be a great time to start a new relationship.