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Weddings and Celebrations section, the column represents the pinnacle of wedding announcement glory.

And just as online dating is no longer taboo around the country, it’s also no longer taboo in the Vows column—to the point that, spans Vows’ entire 23-year history, I found a total of 28 couples who met online, through eight different online services.

All 28 couples are heterosexual, most are comprised of people in their late 40s through early 60s, and about half are on their second or third marriages.

Women rated the importance of a date's finances higher than the men surveyed.

“The Times had been reporting on marriages since its original issue in 1851,” wrote Bob Woletz, the Society editor, on the event of Vows’ 20th anniversary in 2012.

As for the dating service breakdown, Match.com—a paid membership dating site that’s been around since 1995—is mentioned the most, at 14 couples.

JDate—a paid membership dating site for Jewish singles that launched in 1997—came in second, at six couples.

reports that the window for when the highest number of singles sign up for online dating and look around for potential matches stretches to after work on Monday, January 4, with 5 to 8 p.m. The public relations and communications manager for Plenty of Fish, Shannon Smith, told that the numbers are in singles’ favors during this time: “Users who sign up during the first week of January will find their partner an average of two weeks faster than those who sign up later, taking an average of just 10 weeks compared to an average of 12 weeks throughout the year,” she said.