Daniela Jelaska wrote an extremely useful article for MORE.com identifying what she considered to be the 15 best dating websites around the Interweb. Geared somewhat towards newbies to help ‘get their feet wet,’ Daniela presents a diverse range of free, not-so-free, and just-take-my-wallet-already paid dating sites complete with concise descriptions, pros and cons.
Some of the usual suspects are there –– the ones you’d expect –– such as Match.com and eHarmony. But there are also some nice surprises, such as Alikewise (a site that pairs members based on the books they read), Tastebuds (similar concept for music lovers and UK-based), Spark (which offers more free services than most paid sites), OkCupid (free and easy), Perfect Match (for geezers), Meetcha (providing one-on-one matching for people just getting back into the dating scene again) and Meetup (which you might not normally think of as a dating resource, but think again).
Here’s the complete list. Check out the article though on More.com for more info on each one. http://proddrp.more.com/relationships/dating-sex-love/15-best-dating-websites
- Alikewise — http://alikewise.com/
- Spark — http://www.spark.com/default.aspx
- Meetcha — http://www.meetcha.com/
- Perfect Match — http://www.perfectmatch.com/
- Chemistry — http://www.chemistry.com/
- How About We — http://www.howaboutwe.com/
- eHarmony — http://www.eharmony.com/
- Match — http://www.match.com/
- Lavalife — http://www.lavalife.com/
- OkCupid — http://www.okcupid.com/
- Tastebuds — http://tastebuds.fm/
- Zoosk — http://www.zoosk.com/
- The Grace List — http://www.thegracelist.com/
- Virtual Dating Assistants (ViDA) — http://www.virtualdatingassistants.com/
- Meetup — http://www.meetup.com/
It’s nice to see MORE living up to its premise of providing fashion and substance. MORE please!