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”), and has you earning “coins” that presumably pay for the gifts.Looking and “winking” is free but you have to pay to contact, like most other sites.If you have the time to manually go through the profiles you could find a catch here, but I wouldn’t see myself paying or more a month to manually sort women.You’ll also want to shut off all e-mail alerts, because every time someone views your profile you’ll be sent an “interest” message.Profile information is sketchy: no personality-based matching, and no body type information.Most of your work here will be on the essay questions.
Match started up to win some of the personality-match market from e Harmony. Billed as the “safe” dating site, they certainly offer a number of matching options.
Also, paid users don’t see ads, although they’re already the least intrusive of any site.
Since basic matching and contacts are free, you’ve got nothing to lose.
It can’t hurt (as long as he doesn’t bring up the part about the projectile vomiting last weekend) and can certainly help. In fact, in complete opposition to the above two sites which use virtually no matching technology, Ok Cupid is almost entirely about matching.
Again, I wasn’t impressed with the selection of women here, compared to Match or Plenty of Fish, but what I did notice is that women on Zoosk seemed much more playful and tuned-in. You could spend weeks on all the questions and tests that get you just a little more finely-adjusted matches.
The first time you go to the site you’ll see an option to search for women in your area.