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“We don’t have the same social groups like we did when we were younger,” said Robert Holmes, who recently moved to Fayetteville.Holmes, like many newcomers to the area, meets people through groups he belongs to.The larger the network, the more opportunities one has of meeting people.In the past, people would carve relationships from existing peer groups, but advances in technology, economic activity and changing demographics influence the way groups are formed today.
Scott, 33, of Fayetteville agreed that the internet works. You can find out a lot about someone from their profiles and not have to wonder if they have kids.” While matchmaking sites such as and E-Harmony are popular (boasts 15 million members) just as many sites that don’t charge fees are gaining in popularity as places to find prospective dates.
“While I haven’t met the love of my life there, I have had a lot of fun with it,” And that seems to be the bottom line for most singles.