Their matching algorithm uses what the website calls a 29 Dimensions Model, which seeks to measure compatibility along things like emotional energy, kindness, character, intellect, humor, spirituality, and more.(Read more about eharmony's compatibility approach here.) Pricing: A three-month membership goes for .95/month, but prices go as low as .95/month when you sign up for a year.Why it's great for geeks: Match offers some of the most sophisticated features, search tools, profile matching, and relationship help of all the ones on this list.If you're looking for someone who's obsessive about basically anything, just type it into the search bar and see who pops up.The page will automatically populate results using the search parameters you identified in your profile settings.
However, sending pre-written Quick Questions can be a pretty easy ice breaker.
(There is a free version, but it doesn't let you communicate with other profiles past "winking" — the Match version of Facebook poking) Try it here: Who's online: Everyone. Part of okcupid's mission is that everyone is welcome, so this site is a great option for those who identify within the LGBTQ community, or simply those who are looking to be among other open-mind men and women.
According to the website, okcupid users send 7.3 million messages per day, with more than 90,000 users online at any given time.
How it works: After signing up for the service, you'll start by describing in detail the person of your dreams.
This section will allow you to be choosy, which is nice if you tend to be pretty picky. Just keep in mind the more open you are, the better your chance of scoring pretty high with other singles.
You want to find that someone special you can chat with for hours on end about the glory of those Ewoks movies in the 1980s, someone who will want to create the perfect couples cosplay, and a cutie who you can bond with over your mutual hatred for Thanos.