Plenty of Fish is a free dating site used by millions of people, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it should be your first choice.There are tons of other dating sites that offer free access and also have better reputations, cleaner interfaces, and higher success rates, which is all better for you in the long run.
Except for a few special perks, like seeing when someone read your message, everything else costs a whopping $0, such as creating your profile, browsing millions of profiles, and messaging other members.
What really makes Ok Cupid stand out from other free dating sites like POF is their love of numbers.
Plus, there’s no restriction on who you can contact (opposite sex, same sex, anyone at all).
Anyone can have a profile up in 10 minutes, browse your profile, and message you.
I have friends that love this because it takes some of the trepidation out of meeting people; there’s always the sense that “Hey, e Harmony thinks we’d get along.” You have to wait for e Harmony to get around to sending you profiles and you may not be a fan of whom it thinks you’d like.
Moreover, if you’re interested in a same-sex pairing, you can forget about that here; heterosexuals only, please. Match Match is the most similar to newspaper personals – it doesn’t try to be much more or less than that.
”, and then users can place varying levels of importance on how other users answer those same questions.
This means they can pair people with more accuracy.
When I was in college, the high point of the day was coming home to a blinking answering machine, meaning someone called and left a message.