Avoid being generic with clichés like ‘live, laugh, love’ or ‘I like to laugh and have fun.’” One way for a dating app or site to help users avoid that trap is to offer lots of fill-in-the-blanks and multiple-choice questions — that way, you don’t have to come up with any clever turns of phrase.But of course, without your voice, it’s hard for your personality to shine through in your profile.Meanwhile, Plenty of Fish lives up to its name — we received twice as many messages compared to Ok Cupid.
Just because a site ranks #1 on our list, doesn't mean the site has the members or offers the type of relationship you want.
And it’s easy to get started: upload a few snaps from your Facebook profile, add an optional bio, and start swiping through other users in your area.
Even though we received fewer messages compared to other sites, we rated 40 percent “good” — the most out of the seven sites we tested.
Zoosk took it one step further — you’ll pay a monthly subscription for low-quality matches.
Matchmaker and online dating expert Carmelia Ray points out that “as a user, you want to have the most selection and options.
(Match.com’s user base is slightly older, too, which may indicate more people who are ready to settle down.) However, Match lacks the robust matching algorithm of Ok Cupid — it came in fourth place for good matches in our testing — and isn’t as streamlined as Tinder or Bumble. We also tested three other sites: e Harmony, Plenty of Fish, and Zoosk.