Julie Spira, dating expert and CEO of says it wasn't always so easy to meet people online.She would know: she's been helping clients find love online since 1994.Examples include: "Would you date someone who keeps a gun in the house?" or "Should the government require children be vaccinated for preventable diseases?Neil Clark Warren, e Harmony is the site for serious daters. Users answer a lengthy questionnaire that helps e Harmony determine what it calls a "a select group of compatible matches with whom you can build a quality relationship." Spira says she's always seen e Harmony as a "matrimonial dating site." "That doesn’t mean you’re going to walk down the aisle, but it certainly means that you’re looking for a very serious relationship that may or may not lead to marriage.A spokesperson for the site says it's been used by 54 million people, and is apparently responsible for 4 percent of U. It may lead to living together or at least being in an exclusive, committed relationship." On Ok Cupid, users can offer a ton of information about themselves through the site's Match Questions." Plenty of Fish, sometime styled as POF, boasts 4 million daily active users, with 65,000 new users each day apparently, and claims users send 1 billion messages per month.After registering for POF, hopeful daters take a personality test that then helps POF determine what they call, "Your Relationship Needs." Basically, it's a way to make sure users know what they want from their love lives, and to ensure that it serves users with other profiles that meet that criteria.
Of course, there are a number of reputable dating sites out there – so what makes Elite Singles special?One unusual quirk: The site recently launched a feature that allows users to message others through Google Home.If you are looking for single men who live up to expectations, you are well served with Elite Singles. It’s a mantra that will be familiar to anyone on the dating scene: these days it can be hard – really hard – to find a partner.And in 2017, the site offered users the chance to answer 50 "current events" questions that illuminate a user's politics."Ok Cupid has been a favorite of mine for years," Spira says.