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Whether the date is established online or through friends she advises that the first several dates be in a public place.
"We know they're out there and we're building it just for them."Saltz says Our Time.com's research shows that many in the older adult age group are not necessarily looking for marriage."They're seeking long term relationships and companionship, but not necessarily marriage," she says.While there are many local, national or international sites devoted to dating, IAC, the company behind and other dating sites, launched a new site in May -- Our Josh Meyers, CEO of IAC's People Media, says other sites such as the company's Senior People saw a 400 percent growth in the past two years and Our aims to bring everyone in the 50 and older age group under one site."We saw a fervor for something just for them," he says of older adults.“I tried it all — JDate, Match, e Harmony…” Her voice trails off, as if she’s thinking hard. And, like the rest of the millions of people registered on dating sites and apps across the internet, she finds dating exciting, if not simultaneously exhausting. “When I go on dates now I say, you know, ‘are you completely, verifiably divorced,’ you know, ‘are you completely single?So after a grueling 17 years in the online dating world, Ellen decided to get back to basics. I'm kind of old fashioned so if you are genuinely single and want to meet someone educated and reasonable, please get in touch. Do you have some free time on weekends for conversation and companionship? ’ Because I learned separated really means married.” According to a Pew Research study from April, 6% of singles ages 55-64 are online dating, a far cry from the overwhelming 22% of 25-to-34-year-old singles signed up to find love.Not entirely unexpected Combining the older adults into one site allowed Our to launch with a million active members with about 5,000 new users per day sending 300,000 communications per day, Meyers says.This robust community helps deliver on the promise to match people not just on a national level, but a local scale where they can build relationship, he says.Usually if someone is coming online they're ready to give this a try."Saltz advises people to be flexible and non-judgmental and suggests the following:• While it helps to know what you are looking for, a menu of demands such as how tall someone has to be could screen out someone who would otherwise be a good match.• Use a recent photo of yourself doing something you enjoy.• "Be specific.People say 'I love to laugh.' Everyone loves to laugh that doesn't say anything. "• Paint a picture of who you are."They're not looking for the exciting opposites attract," Saltz says. They're looking for someone who will fit into their life without a struggle."Saltz says for those out of the dating loop it is important to consider safety.While today's dating scene may seem a long way from the old rules of courtship -- not everything has changed.Women 50 and older -- 94 percent of them -- still want men to make the first move and ask for that first date.