But I’m afraid that this popularity does come with a price tag attached, this is because e Harmony is a paid dating site and therefore a subscription is required to make full use of this great matchmaking service.
"It was only when I signed up to my third site, , that things took off.
It was much more cosmopolitan, fun, a bit wacky, generally for more professional and educated types, while still being mainstream.
One week: £7 One month: £28 Three months: £55 (£18.33 a month) Six months: £79 (£13.17 a month) Ok Cupid is one of the few dating sites that lets anyone send and reply to messages before paying – though you can pay more to join the site's 'A-list'. The site asks you to answer lots of questions about yourself.
The more questions you answer, the better your compatibility results will be. (US site so fees are in dollar) One month: $19.95 (£13.19) Three months: $44.85 (£29.66) – $14.95 a month (£9.89) Six months: $59.70 (£39.48) – $9.95 a month (£6.58) Plenty of Fish claims to be the world's largest dating site with more than three million people using POF every day.
It was voted Best Specialist Dating Site in the UK Dating Awards 2014. A Muddy/Townie ratio on each profile gives browsers an idea of how rustic you are, so a ratio might indicate someone who lives in town but is a country weekender. One month: £24 Three months: £45 (£15 a month) Six months: £69 (£11.50 a month) 12 months: £90 (£7.50 a month) Created by TV presenter Sarah Beeny, My Single Friend sees itself as a social network of single people, described by their friends. Either way, as well as a profile about you, your friend will write a few paragraphs about you, which you can approve before it goes live.