Two-thirds of members had never been married before. People only met online, and dated offline as with any other relationship, he said.
Find Someone had a fairly even split between the genders, with 54 per cent of male members and 46 per cent female, Bridges said.
Bridges said Find Someone had had 3,000 new sign ups since Christmas.
Elite Singles saw a spike in numbers around this time every year - numbers rose by about 35 per cent after Christmas and tended to stay that way throughout January."This year the spike has been even bigger and looks set to continue – perhaps there are more Kiwis than ever looking for love this Valentines Day," Watson said.
At least 11 per cent of single New Zealanders are now on Tinder - up from 5 per cent just a year ago.
Many of the traditional online dating websites are not yet offering an app, but mobile traffic to the Find Someone site increased by 25 per cent for January, compared to the same time last year."More and more people just want to be able to make those choices and find that special someone while they're out on the go," Bridges said.