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SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In honor of National Women's Friendship Month, which is observed during September, Skout, the leading global social network for meeting new people, recently conducted a survey among women to uncover the latest trends and habits around women's friendship in today's digital society. Skout, which helps its users expand their social circles, made more than 500 million connections among its users in 2013.
More than 3,800 women who use Skout participated in the National Women's Friendship Month survey. Key findings include:
The Internet is changing how we meet close friends.
Friends from childhood will always be special.
Friends trump romance.
Mobile devices and the Internet are key to staying in touch with close friends.
The majority of women have a long lost friend.
Stuck on a deserted island? Women would prefer to be there with a friend.
Women's BFFs aren't necessarily other women.
Skout is the largest global platform for meeting new people and expanding your social circle. Its community spans more than 180 countries. The Skout app is free for iOS and Android devices, or you can visit Skout.com.
Skout is the largest global platform for meeting new people and expanding your social circle. The Skout community spans more than 180 countries and is available in 14 different languages. Skout is dedicated to providing a platform through which people can easily and safely connect. The Andreessen Horowitz backed company was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in San Francisco. Visit skout.com to learn more.
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