Match.com, Tinder, and OkCupid all hope to find your soulmate, no matter where you are. Whether you’re looking for long-lasting romance or just a hookup, there’s bound to be one service in this ménage à trois of a showdown that’s right for you.
If you've been dissatisfied with the low intelligence of people in your dating pool, you might want to check out Match.com's latest feature: The online dating service is currently teaming up with Mensa, the global high IQ society, to romantically pair off brainiacs and nerdballs.
If you're trying to attract men in San Francisco who like to visit coffee shops, you may want to skip filling in your "about me" section, and spend as much time as possible picking out your very best profile picture.
It's a cornerstone of the Internet. The fake identity. And now CNET reports that the DOJ wants to make it illegal to use a false identity on Facebook or lie about your weight on Match.com. You're kidding right?
You were dumped. Or you dumped someone. Maybe you just can't find that new someone to love, or just make out with. Why not try online dating? We pulled our team of experts together to guide you.
Online dating is useful—you get to meet people you wouldn't normally meet, find people with compatible interests and go out on dates IRL. But it can sometimes be dangerous—you don't know the people you meet and you don't know what they're capable of.