Even the second tier online dating sites pack a punch with hundreds of thousands of members. The abundance of choice though has its advantages and disadvantages. The disadvantage is that there are a ton of bad online dating sites full of fake profiles and empty promises. Unlike e Harmony though, I spent a lot more time weeding through lower quality profiles.
If you are willing to put forth the effort it takes to browse through a lot of profiles and send hundreds of messages, you have what it takes to meet a lot of singles in the U. I created this post as a guide to help you find the best online dating site for you. Chemistry.com: A sister site to Match.com, is for people who are interested in a serious relationship (similar to e Harmony).
Members only see intersection of what they are looking for and what other members are looking for. Free messaging and status posting for undergraduates (5 messages/day limit).
All Paid users can message and post and they also have added benefits.
I was not looking for a date on either site, but it happens. For example, I've heard nothing but awful things online about eharmony (not free), but my best friend has met her current SO on there, been together almost 2 years, and my brother met his wife through that site by proxy (he went on a date with a girl, and they didn't really click, but she told him she knew the perfect girl for him. Datehookup just didn't appeal to me because I was trying to fill out my profile and immediately one guy started badgering me about getting on IM with him, and I would tell him I didn't have time.
He could see me online, and continued to say "Do you have time, now?
" I just shut my account down, after telling him I was a little overwhelmed with the 15 messages he'd sent me my first hour on that site.
As a side note, it is worth paying for a good subscription on e Harmony to have the highest level of functionality.
These websites are those seeking the perfect match, but not finding them anywhere.