People criticize me for using social media accounts all the time, but I like to make new friends, and sometimes they like to meet me in person. It’s wonderful to meet so many interesting people, but I strongly recommend that everyone uses this in a safe manner because it can quickly become a fast way to meet people. It’s kind of like speed dating, but you don’t have to date anyone if you don’t want to date them. I try to be honest about my intentions before I meet someone, and I let them know if they are fulfilling my needs as the relationship progresses. If someone isn’t meeting your needs of the right relationships, then you can always go back to the applications to find the right person.
Skout is an interesting online dating site and smart phone app that has really changed the way I looked at the industry. I wanted to meet people, but I didn’t want to necessarily date them. I am always looking for the right romantic partner, but I want to make sure that she is the right person for me. I don’t settle, so Skout has been really useful in terms of always having a new person to talk to if and when the old relationships run stale.
It’s important that I make it clear that I’m not saying you should use your friends and go about life that way. You should treat people with respect, and always be honest to them about how you feel. If they don’t care about your feelings, however, there are certainly people out there that will care about you. Skout has been that shoulder to cry on for me. If a relationship runs stale, I go to Skout for a new person to help replace the other person.
Skout conducted a recent survey of approximately 23,000 people to find out which people have online friends. A whopping 75 percent of people surveyed reported that they indeed had an online friend or more. It was also indicated that a high percentage of people would meet their online friend from Skout. This is interesting to see because it asserts that people are indeed using this application like I use it. We like to make friends, what can I say? Here’s the link to that article from PR Newswire for you to browse in your own time and space.