And the rising age of Facebook users may also have an effect on the patterns that Hall found.While it’s possible that people who meet and marry via social networking sites may always be from a young demographic, it’s also possible that as more people join the site, including those who are looking for a second chance at love later in life, could drive that average age up.MORE: Online Dating Doesn’t Just Save You Time, It Saves You at Least ,400 And when the participants were compared on marital satisfaction, the partners who met via social networking reported being just as happy as those who were introduced on online dating sites, which tout their compatibility benefits, and more satisfied than those who met on online communities, which nurture conversations among people with similar interests and beliefs.What surprised Hall even more, however, was that the social networking-based relationships were happier than those that began offline, in traditional ways such as being introduced by mutual friends.Five hundred fans with flowers and pictures of the […] And we’re off to the races!
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Hall decided to investigate the connection, and learn more about who was meeting their significant other this way, and how well these marriages fared.