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The end of digital dating?

There is a definite drift, at the upper end of the market, away from online to offline dating. 

It might sound indulgent but more and more people are choosing to hire a real-life person to go out into the world and meet people for them. New York matchmaker Robyn Swider explains that in a world where online dating is essentially free, matchmaking sounds expensive.

But for someone who’s constantly going out for cocktails and romantic meals, months of this can easily cost a lot more and still end up at dinner with someone who you’re not totally connecting with. Swider vets potential matches that are worth your while — kind of like a personal shopper.

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