First you answer 100 questions, then you’re matched with someone, then you upvote or downvote them, then you can use coins for a new way to get matched — it’s enough to make you give up on dating all together and just become a monk. Rather than bombarding you with tons of services you may never use, JDate streamlines the dating process for millions of Jewish singles around the world by concentrating on what works, including a clean layout, easy sign-up process, intuitive app, and fanatical customer support.
— Millions of people use online dating websites and apps to meet their partners, but most of them say their match results aren't always ideal.
Researchers at Consumer Reports studied nearly 10,000 online dating sources to determine which sites -- and user behaviors -- can lead to a more meaningful match.
Whether it’s hitting the gym or brushing up on 19th century French poetry, almost everyone is doing something to make themselves more attractive to that special someone — especially with Valentine's Day right around the corner.
But as countless relationship experts say, in the end you’ve just got to be yourself.
So many dating sites have gotten wrapped up in excessive features that it’s diluted the whole online dating process.
Instead of adding to the noise, JDate, the go-to online community for Jewish singles, and its CEO, Michael Egan, focus on a core set of services.
Gay males scope for great arms, straight men and straight women are particularly into a tight stomach, and lesbians are into the whole package.
Note: You talk about your affinity for cats, just don’t use the phrase “my cats.” It brings down your attractiveness level and makes people assume you’re a crazy cat person.
Making it easier for people to meet, connect, and actually date, JDate has even gone as far as to analyze user behavior and weed out unnecessary tools that less than 1% of their members use.