Scouring the internet is undoubtedly the easiest and quickest way to bag yourself a date.
But with so many options out there, how do you choose the right site to find the long (or short)-term love you’re in search of? My Single Friend Dating profile: A gaggle of genuinely nice-sounding people mostly looking for ‘banter’ as well as The One. It’s not the biggest site out there, but there have been dozens of MSF weddings already…
Someone who is willing to be patient and take time to meet the right one will relish this dating site. Summary: The largest dating site in the UK, offering a great chance to meet “Mr(s).
Right” or just to experience the thrills of online dating by communicating with dozens or hundreds of UK based singles.
USP: Friends write the daters’ profiles for them, so you get to hear all about your potential date from the people who love them most, plus your BFF can sell you so you don’t have to write a cringe-worthy profile about yourself. Guardian Soulmates Dating profile: Lefty creatives, mostly from Hackney. Anecdotal evidence provides that numerous couples and friends have met through the site.
URL: Putting a price on love: A minimum of £13.17 a month. Slim; chances of having sex are much higher, though. 98 per cent ‘freelance graphic illustrators’ aged under 40. USP: A generally highbrow gaggle of intelligent, liberal-minded folk.
Plenty Of Fish Dating profile: Tens of thousands of singles, largely on the lower end of the pay scale. The top choice for gays and straights looking for casual hook-ups. URL: https://soulmates.uk/ Putting a price on love: A minimum of £16 a month.
Most members would be looking for a serious and committed relationship, but there’s always room for some casual. Summary: By relying on their scientific approach to dating, e Harmony delivers perfect matches on a plate to all new members. It’s a slow paced environment, where the community is encourage to take small steps before messaging and dating someone.
e Harmony e Harmony claims to be "responsible for nearly 4% of new U. marriages" and scores well in surveys of online dating sites, if you're the sort of person who believes surveys.
This is a serious site for serious (I didn't say desperate) singles - and you'd better be serious to fork out £45 for a month's membership (although reviewing your matches is free).
More suited to: Over 30’s singles looking to meet the ‘perfect match’.
This site is best suited for individuals who prefer taking time exploring close matches, rather than messaging dozens of random members.
Summary: Focusing on the big city of London this site provides great ground for someone looking for love or romance in the city.