I think a few years ago they were probably thought of as a bit of a weird thing. It's good to bring up something they mentioned in their profile that you have in common with them and start from there. Im gonna cancel the subscription when it runs out now this month.
If I was single I wouldn't have a problem using any at all. Only bother going on them if you can stay away from the "Hi how are you" nonsense and actually stand out from the crowd because girls get an absolute TON of messages on these sites on a daily basis. Only bother going on them if you can stay away from the "Hi how are you" nonsense and actually stand out from the crowd because girls get an absolute TON of messages on these sites on a daily basis. When you see somebody's profile that you like, take the time to read it, and then send them a decent message. Im not great at chatting up in pubs when Im out either but Im fed up with the online melarky.
It requires you to complete a personality test, and then you will be presented 3 to 7 "compatible matches" per day, by a propriety matching system based on modern psychological science.
The personality test is pretty long, with over 200 questions.
I was a member of one before I met my current GF, and met some very nice people.
But if you are looking for meaningful long term relationship, you may take a close look of the site.
Depending on your speed, you may need 30 to 45 minutes to finish it.
The company insists a comprehensive test is needed to show you the most compatible matches. It essentially "weeds out" people who are only interested in short term casual dates.
Elite Singles Popularity: Elite is an amazingly popular Irish dating site, and each week 65,000 new members join Elite network.
Elite focuses on helping singles find "serious long term relationship".