Have an affair.” puts a unique spin on compatibility with its questionnaires.
The site assesses its users personalities and then makes judges them to match them with the perfect partner.
has over 11 million users — EHarmony doesn’t disclose how many it has, but it does claim that 4% of US Marriages are thanks to its sophisticated algorithms, so maybe it’s worth the money.
Date My School is for those who want to reconnect with people who you have something seriously in common with: college.
Ashley Madison is all about cheating, but that hasn’t stopped it from becoming incredibly popular.
The first question you have to answer to join is what is your relationship status.
They make some big guarantees: You can do most things on OKCupid for free, but like POF, there are perks available to “A-List” members, OKC’s term for premium users.
While it has about an eighth the user base of POF, clocking in at around 8 million, OKCupid is generally a lot of fun as it matchmakes using user-generated questions and quizzes, allowing users to determine how compatible their match might be with them. OKC has a Tindr like feature that allows one to rapidly rate other users, and if you and someone else rate each other highly, then OKC will let you know.
You can be ranked in four criteria, using a percentage as either “Director, Builder, Negotiator, or Explorer.” After a battery of other tests, the site will find compatible matches.
It’s an advanced twist to OKCupid’s user-oriented quizzes and is a bit like E-harmony, but it’s got a younger, more hip vibe.
While popular choices are a safe bet for their huge user base, smaller sites offer starting off with more common ground.
Overall, consider each option with an open-mind because even if some of these dating sites have only 200,000 users, you’re only trying to find one.
It’s a good time and not quite the craziness that POF is.