Almost every dating service has unique features, even the smallest niche sites.is no exception and it has some of the most interesting features available: Daily 5: The Daily 5 provides you with (wait for it…) 5 matches a day.Hopefully this information can help decide if this service would be worth your time or not.If you are interested, you can see more on my thoughts on this topic in my article titled Is Online Dating Worth It?In this three-part series, I’m going to discuss in detail Match.com, e Harmony, and finally I will compare these services to determine which is the “better” of the two.In this article, I’ll be describing from the ground up.You want to describe yourself and elaborate on who you’re looking to meet.You will want to make your profile unique to who you are and it will be important to avoid cliche phrases like “I like hanging out with friends” or “I’m laid-back and easy to get along with”. You will also need to enter your profile heading in this section. I’ve never heard of anyone having success or failure strictly based on their heading. If you’re looking for help on creating your profile, see these articles: Note: It is extremely important that you upload a photo if you are serious about meeting others.
Finally, you will fill out the section called “In My Own Words” and this is the section that most people find more difficult.
I discuss using these in the post how to use VIP emails.
Singled Out: These are individuals that believes that you will most closely match with.
In addition to these searches, you can also specify very specific searches by clicking “Keep Customizing…”. Keep in mind that to have any real communication with people you will have to sign up for a subscription.
Free accounts can search and you can wink…but even if they respond to a wink you’ll be unable to communicate with them unless you sign up.