Still, it's a great site to get your feet wet in the online dating world, just to see what's out there and how the process works.
More » Zoosk hosts an estimated 11.5 million unique users a month, and it's easy to see why: the sign-up is quick and easy, there's little to no profile writing needed, and the search features prominently display photos.
More » The largest of the free dating sites, POF boasts an (estimated) 23 million unique members using the site every month.
While owner Markus Frind has wiped the site of folks only looking for casual dating or an age-gap relationship, I've found this has only increased the incidence of folks lying about their age or intentions.
, meaning more people visit these online dating sites on a monthly basis.
With just over 10 million unique monthly users, it's not the largest of the dating sites (although it is owned by Match.com), however I do believe it has the best offerings on this list with regards to cost (free, with options to pay for a few fun, yet non-crucial features), number of members, and usability.
Online dating sites see a big surge of new members signing up at the beginning of the year.
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More » With just over seven million unique monthly users, e Harmony is the largest dating site focused exclusively on heterosexual, long-term partnerships that (hopefully) lead to marriage.
Their free hour-long test is fascinating to help you determine compatibility markers, however, there's zero way to tell if the person you're matched with also has an account, and therefore can reply to your questions.