Online dating site review match com
Read on for my expert review and opinion."Last year alone, more than 500,000 singles found meaningful relationships through Match.com's online personals and singles ads.pioneered the Internet dating industry, launching in 1995 what is now the most recognized dating service worldwide, and today serves more than 15 million singles in 240 countries."has a very healthy budget for tweaks and features, which is obvious as soon as you click on a link to visit the site.In fact, Match dangles carrot after carrot to get you to open your wallet. You can actually build your own match, complete with the interests, background, and lifestyle.
I was told I had a month free subscription and was stalked and harrassed with emails until I subscribed.
As well, free members can't look at someone else's profile much less reply to a paying member who has sent them an email without first paying the monthly fee.
You can peek around a little bit after creating a profile (called a 'portrait'), but you won't get very far without becoming a full-fledged member.
The act of filling out the profile details isn't as interesting as Kiss.com's quirky, Mad Libs-like profile creator, but it gets the job done. Match's interface doesn't come close to touching e Harmony's incredibly slick layout.
Match lets users browse profiles for free, but if you want to interact with anyone beyond sending a "Wink"—an icebreaker that lets another person know that you're interested—you have to pony up. Useful Features Match makes up for its money demands and sometimes irritating layout with far more search options than we found in any of the other dating site we reviewed.