The more questions you answer, the more information the site can use to match you with others – and the more others can determine whether you are a match for them.When someone contacts you, you can see how much of a “Match,” “Friend,” or “Enemy” they are based upon how their answers compare to yours.
You’re Matched According to Answers Ok Cupid matches you with others not only based on your browsing activity on the site, but also based on the way you answer a number of introductory questions.
Examples of the questions include: You can set your answers to be publicly available, or you can choose to set all (or some) to private.
It is similar to Match.com, but is geared toward a younger demographic.
Unlike other dating websites, Zoosk requires you to upload a photo, and it can integrate information from your other social networking accounts to create your profile.
The cost to join depends on your location, and you must register and click “subscribe” to see the prices.
But generally, a one-month subscription costs around .99; a three-month subscription costs about .99 per month for “standard” or .99 for “value”; and a six-month subscription runs about .99 per month (standard) or .99 per month (value).
offers a guarantee that if you don’t find someone in six months, you will receive another six months for free.
Zoosk began as a Facebook application but is now an independent site with more than 50 million members.
However, upgrading to premium status allows you to chat and send emails to any other members.
Premium status costs .95 for one month, .95 per month for a three-month subscription, or .99 per month for a full year.e Harmony uses a more advanced system to match people based on a large number of questions you answer when you sign up.
Being divorced for several years, I have tried my hand at online dating, experimenting with a number of different sites, and I know from experience that for someone new to the process, it can be rather intimidating and confusing.