OkCupid is a free dating site that uses a math-based system to match users. OkCupid only requires users to be honest and to know what they want. Users find matches that fulfill their claimed requirements.
The eHarmony dating site is founded by an experienced clinical psychologist. Users are matched based on 29 Dimensions of Compatibility. The 29 Dimensions are based on extensive research with married couples. Users complete a questionnaire, make a free profile and view their matches. Users then have the option to purchase a plan with the dating site.
Match.com launched in 1995 and pioneered the online dating industry. The website serves 24 different countries and is available in 15 different languages. Users fill out free writing sections to express themselves. Users may also post up to 26 photos. Communication between users happens through an anonymous email network that allows the user to decide when to share name and contact information.
POF.com uses a chemistry test to match users. POF.com claims to match people who will have long-lasting, stable relationships. Users discover their relationship needs and formulate an action plan for success in future relationships.Learn more about Health