eHarmony.com This site differs from most other dating sites in that they do the work for you by presenting you with matches based on a detailed questionnaire and their patented Compatibility Matching System. The web staff also controls contact until both members are ready to establish contact with one another. The main focus is on establishing serious long term relationships and the sites tag line claims to do this by using 7 degrees of compatibility.
Match.com was started in 1995. The site is easy to navigate and provides you with all the tools you need to find a date. Subscription prices run similar to other sites and your chance of receiving matches and replies is statistically higher than with smaller sites. This is because Match.com is likely to be the biggest dating site in the world and carries a high Google page ranking, making it highly visible to the public.
Zoosk.com It is now a subscription-based dating service which accesses many popular social media sites like Face Book, Bebo, Hi5, Tagged and MySpace. Unlike many dating websites, which require a great personal investment from new users, Zoosk capitalizes on the ubiquity of social networking, making the transition from socializing on the web to dating very easy.Zoosk encourages people to integrate their service with Face Book on their homepage.