In the 1960s, over 50% of marriages globally and 95% of marriages in India were arranged.
Today that number has dropped to less than 15% (globally).
A poll conducted by the Pew Research Center in 2013 found 59 percent of Americans believe the Internet is a perfectly respectable place to seek out partners.
Websites such as Ok Cupid and phone apps like Tinder and Grindr allow users to connect with a large and diverse pool of people.
A cultural shift is happening, and it's changing the game. As such, it has gone from local and linear to global and exponential.
Today, 40 million Americans use online dating services (that's about 40% of the single population in the U.
Prior to an actual date, 42% of singles said they judge a date by their social media posts.