It boasts a high success rate: An average of 438 members marry every day in the United States.
More than half of this month's searches for e Harmony came from men (54% to be exact), from top states Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
With its behavioral matchmaking algorithms, Zoosk guarantees that you'll "date smarter." That promise has attracted the most searches from states Wyoming, Nebraska and Iowa — 71% of which are from men.
Based in Santa Monica, Calif., e Harmony is perhaps most recognizable from its TV spots featuring successful matches.
Ok Cupid tops the list, which is pretty unsurprising considering the site has become nearly synonymous with online dating.
Searches this month for Ok Cupid skewed male — 68% came from men.
But I seem to be a particular magnet for recurring disappointments. And it doesn’t seem to matter how much effort I expend pre-screening men, there’s always that one thing I wish I’d asked before the first date. He wore a spotted giraffe hoodie, with pointed ears and a mane, and matching socks. I’m fed up with logging into the dating site, getting excited to see a new message in my inbox, and then immediately being disappointed or disgusted by the content of the email.
Searches primarily came from Kentucky, West Virginia and Arkansas, with 67% coming from men.
I’m only in my 40s, yet I’d rather be alone in a rocker playing Solitaire — with an actual deck of cards — than go on one more “coffee date.”I’ve tried various dating sites: Lava Life, Match, e Harmony, Plenty of Fish, OK Cupid, Tinder and Bumble. I hear that lots of people who have tried online dating have had similar experiences. I don’t even know how to explain that, other than to say he was covered in more plush than a truckload of teddy bears. My frustration isn’t only with the men I actually meet.
I’ve met guys who look nothing like their profiles.
Searches for Christian Mingle are the only ones this month that skewed female — 56% of searches came from female users.
The top states were Texas, California and Pennsylvania.