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 can then rate each of these matches and Match will use these rates to better define the users they provide you in the future.Note that you need to rate your current matches before you get more so if you stop getting matches, rate the ones you have.For everything else, I would recommend being as inclusive as possible.Finally, you will fill out the section called “In My Own Words” and this is the section that most people find more difficult.When you visit Match.com, you’ll be presented with a form to search for singles where you can enter simple details, such as if you are a man looking for a woman, etc.
This is actually part of the process to sign up for the service.Those you rate well will see you listed in a section “They’re Interested in You” and the same will go for you for those users that rate you well.6 Month Guarantee: If you sign-up and use the service for 6 months and don’t find a relationship you can get the next 6 months free.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.Hopefully this information can help decide if this service would be worth your time or not.