Each online dating site focuses on specific niches when it comes to helping people find each other online. When it comes to choosing which site is best for you, it’s helpful to ask yourself what your goals are.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 15, 2013
Knoji, a leading provider of consumer reviews and information, today announced the availability of a new consumer guide comparing some of the leading online dating sites. More and more people are looking for their significant others online and there are so many options to choose from. Knoji's new consumer guide aims to help consumers find the dating site that suits them and provide useful comparison between some of the leading sites.
An excerpt from the report is included below:
"eHarmony makes money through subscription services. These vary quite a bit based on the current country, and current deals given by the company, but generally a subscription in the U.S. can run as much as 60 dollars per month for 1 month at a time, and as little as 20 dollars a month if you sign up for an entire year. Complex Software matching:The main features that eHarmony brings to bare is a complex software application that uses the extensive data drawn in questionnaires to match people together."
"Match.com is one of the most popular sites online. They connect nearly half a million people a year in some kind of relationship. They’ve been going since 1995 and was one of the first Internet dating sites around. There are around fifteen million subscribers now, in 240 different countries. The membership fees for match.com are generally around 30 dollars a month. Matchwords: This is unique to Match.com, and it allows users to create keywords that others can use to find them. You could list “Christian” for example; if that’s something that is important to you and that you want to be a defining characteristic that others use to locate your profile."
"Table for Six is California-based, specifically in the Bay area, but with more California locations opening up in Los Angeles, Irvine, Sacramento and other places. It’s more of a real world location than an Internet dating site like Match or eHarmony. The way it works is that you sign up for a particular night, and you have 3 men and 3 women dining together as a way to meet new people of the opposite sex in a low key environment. They ask you questions about your preferences, and then match you up with people they think you will connect to well. They also do post-event follow-ups to help facilitate your dating process."
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