Alright, guys, there are so many dating websites out there. It's probably very confusing to try to figure out which ones to go on. You know. Every day a new one pops up. And, you know, there is a huge difference among them, and I'd like to kind of talk about which ones kind of cater to different areas. Because you want to kind of focus, because they are paid and you want to spend your money in the right spot.
So the biggest one, obviously, is match.com. It's a great website. It's got a ton of users. And it's great if you're just looking to kind of casually date people and possibly find somebody that you're interested in, you know, great searching and whatnot.
There's also eHarmony which I'm sure you've heard of as well. Which is more of the intensive, you know, really about compatibility, and kind of getting to know somebody. Great tool if you're looking to find some sort of deeper committed relationship.
Now, there's a lot of free sites, too. You could go on something like Zeus or Plenty of Fish, and they both have a paid upgrade system that you could check out. And honestly, you know, any of those four are really good general websites if you're really looking to kind of dip your toe in the online dating pool.
There's also a ton of more specific ones. And depending on what you're looking for, you know. Religious preferences there's JDate and Christian based ones. And then there's also, you know, aged based ones. There's a million out there.
So we could spend the next, you know, two days talking about dating websites, but it's really about kind of picking a couple to start with, testing the waters, see if you like it, see if you're getting some sort of, you know, good response back, and going after what you're looking for.
So I suggest a match and then maybe a something else to kind of complement it.