Relationship Formation on the Internet: What's the Big Attraction? - INTERNET DATING SCIENCE

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These research studies seem to state the obvious. If you're not truthful in your online profile your online friendships will never develop into a real life relationship. Duh?!?

People become closer over time as their relationships strengthen. Double duh?

Andrew Wilson

It may seem obvious but many people, particularly those who do not use online dating, do not agree with the idea. Having some decent research that confirms what we might see as a given helps us all to spread the message.

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It is really the key to your long term success. Your ability to develop and maintain long term customer relationships is the key to your success as a sales professional and to your success in business.

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