If you are single, by now you have ventured out into the online dating world. There’s not that much of a stigma anymore about using online dating to meet potential partners. The dilemma now is more of which dating site is more effective and where should you spend your time and money.
My single readers and clients tell me that it’s hard to get noticed on Match because of the sheer volume of people. eHarmony tends to be ok for some, but for others the matches can be wildly mismatched. Free dating sites such as Plenty of Fish and Craig’s list are sometimes creepy. Smaller dating sites have a smaller pool of potential partners. The jury is still out on the dating applications on facebook.
So where’s a single person to hang their dating hat?
I like this site. They are affiliated with Match, and will pull in your profile from Match for you to edit. But, you will not be deluged with hundreds of faces to wade through. Instead you get served 5 matches at a time, and some of the matches are at least on paper quite well matched. It’s like eHarmony, but with better thought out criteria. This dating site feels less superficial and more likely to yield a good match. It’s where I often send my single clients.
If you are single and trying to find a mate, you may want to give it a try.