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Millennials and Generation Z-ers are “digital natives”– they’re the first generation to grow up with the internet, social media, cell phones, etc.

They use their computers and smartphones for everything from finding a place to eat to buying a car, so using it to find a companion isn’t much of a stretch.

Competition is the name of the game, and if the field is crowded, how is a person able to stand out?Just think about the numerous economic judgments we are making while dating online.First off, we are essentially estimating our own value (which may or may not be accurate), Adshade notes.New research by Hanna Halaburda, an economist at the Bank of Canada and former Harvard Business School professor, Mikolaj Piskorski, professor of Strategy and Innovation at IMD Business School in Switzerland, and Wharton marketing professor Pinar Yildirim finds that not only can companies offer limited choices to consumers and still successfully compete with their peers, but may also be able to charge more.“You want to satisfy the customer and you want the customer to find the best possible match, so the idea of limiting options at first sounds really counterintuitive,” Yildirim notes.“The secret sauce of e Harmony is that it does not allow you to browse; it gives you a limited number of choices.In 2015, online dating sites and mobile dating apps comprised nearly 75% of the .4 billion per year dating industry, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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