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This site offers detailed reviews of popular dating apps and dating sites. With our member and team reviews, you’ll discover how each service works, its features, and approximate cost. Most apps and sites offer a free dating profile, searching, and matching, but to communicate with someone you will have to purchase a subscription or buy credits. None of the popular dating sites and/or dating apps are completely free.

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Plenty of Fish is Free

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Match.com is one of the largest dating services on the internet. Being so popular among singles enables Match.com to present their members with many quality matches ....

eHarmony Coupons

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EliteSingles is a dating site dedicated to helping American singles find long-term commitment with highly compatible partners. EliteSingles puts the focus on deep levels of matching ....

Passion.com is for men or women who are looking for like minded people who are interested in intimate encounters and hookups ....

Christian Cafe Coupons

ChristianCafe.com is one of the leading sites for connecting Christian singles online. Founded in 1999, Christian Café stands out thanks to the thousands of success stories ....


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2019 Dating Sites Reviews Choice Awards

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It is the beginning of October so that means it's time to start thinking about the Dating Sites Reviews Choice Awards. Looking back I see we have been running these awards for 12 years now. All I can say is WOW! 😀🤪😀

The 2019 Single's Choice Award poll has been now setup and we have decided to change a few things around this year. The Single's Choice Award before always asked 2 questions of our visitors. The first was, which Paid dating site or app they recommended as the best service, and the second was, which Free dating service they recommended. This year we have decided to take the free vs paid out of the mix and just ask which dating site or app they recommend. The online dating industry has changed a lot in the last few years. There are a lot less major players in the industry now and as a result they are a lot bigger. Mobile phones with their dating apps have also made online dating completely mainstream for young adults and seniors alike. People are not worried as much about free vs paid anymore, it is still a consideration, but not enough in our opinion to ask separate questions on.

The Single's Choice Award poll allows you to help decide which dating service is considered the best of the year. This is the top award by Dating Sites Reviews (DSR) and is given out on Valentine’s Day in 2019.

What is your favorite service? Let us know by casting your vote in the Single Choice Award:

2019 Dating Sites Reviews Single's Choice Award

Which dating app or site would you recommend for the Dating Sites Reviews Single's Choice Award?

  •  Badoo
  •  Bumble
  •  eHarmony
  •  Elite Singles
  •  Hinge
  •  Match
  •  OkCupid
  •  POF (Plenty of Fish)
  •  Tinder
  •  Zoosk

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Zoosk Study Finds Gen Z Daters to be Most Open-Minded

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Dating apps have taught us to be discerning and to not waste time on matches who don’t meet our requirements. After all, there are so many choices! But Gen Z is about to change things with a different attitude and approach.

Dating app Zoosk analyzed more than 5.7 million of its profiles and surveyed over 4,000 daters on the site to see where the differences between the generations lie when it comes to dating preferences. As it turns out, Generation Z (the youngest group of dating app users) tend to have a much healthier approach to dating than Millennials, Gen X and baby boomers.

According to an article in Marketwatch outlining the study, Gen Z are the least picky daters, and swipe yes to 33% of potential matches. This is 15% more than millennials and 20% more than Gen X and baby boomers. This increases the odds of meeting in person and having more dates, but younger daters are also typically less interested in more serious relationships and opt to meet more people instead.

Domino’s Announces Plans To Launch A Pizza-Based Dating App

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Countless singles have professed their love for pizza on their dating profiles. But would they trust a purveyor of pizza to find their perfect romantic match? That may soon be an option for singles in the Netherlands, where Domino’s Pizza has revealed plans to launch a branded dating app.

Domino’s chief executive Don Meij announced the upcoming app, which will match customers according to their favorite toppings, at the company's general meeting in Brisbane in early November 2018.

“Simply swipe your favourite pizza and the Domino's dating app will connect you to other pizza lovers, find a match, and go on a date,” he said. “Domino's provides the meal, and even the conversation starters. What better to bond over than your shared love of pineapple on pizzas?”

Bumble Partners With Moxy Hotels To Bring Online Connections To Life

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Bumble has made experiential marketing a core part of its strategy to expand its user base. Last year, the company launched a series of roving pop-up spaces that debuted in New York City and has since made stops in London, Los Angeles, and Vancouver. Earlier this year, Bumble teamed up with HBO on a "Stay Home To The Movies" activation set in a New York City brownstone that aimed to recreate the experience of a romantic night in.

Bumble’s latest move to bring the dating experience offline is a partnership with Marriott International's Moxy Hotels. Certain Moxy locations will host "BumbleSpot #attheMoxy” events where Bumble users can bring their connections from the digital sphere to real life. BumbleSpots are places that have been verified by Bumble as inclusive environments in which to meet connections from Bumble’s dating, friendship and professional networking services.

“At Bumble, we’re more than just a dating app – we’re a mission-driven platform that connects people across the most important relationships in their lives in love, friendship and business. We’ve worked so hard to cultivate a safe and empowering community online and we’re always looking for opportunities to help our users bring those connections to life,” said Andee Olson, director of partnerships at Bumble. “The idea for BumbleSpot is to create a network of physical locations across the US and Canada that support our mission to end misogyny and empower women in their relationships across all aspects of life.”

eHarmony to Offer New Feature Aimed at Stopping Ghosting

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Online dating company eHarmony will be introducing a new feature to try and prevent its members from ghosting each other on the site.

According to an exclusive in Yahoo! Finance, the anti-ghosting feature is a chat bot which uses A.I. technology to assess activity between members, as well as pulling information from profiles to help encourage conversation. If the feature notes that you and a match were messaging for several days or weeks and then stopped, it will prompt each of you with a message like “hey, this person stopped talking to you. Say something.”

The chat bot also provides specific questions based on the information it can gather from each of your profiles. For instance, if the chat bot notices your match likes certain TV shows, or old school jazz music, the chat bot will prompt you to ask her about her interests. For example, it might say “ask her about Game of Thrones,” encouraging you to not only message your match but provide you with a conversation starter.

Tinder’s Head of Product Resigns

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Brian Norgard, who has reigned as Tinder’s chief of product the past two years, announced his resignation.

According to website Tech Crunch, Norgard says he is exiting on a positive note and plans to get back to his entrepreneurial roots. Before he joined Tinder, he founded startup messaging app Tappy, which was acquired in 2014, along with Facebook messaging app Chill, another successful startup with 30 million users. When Norgard first joined Tinder, he was head of revenue and moved on to his chief of product role.

Norgard cites Keith Rabois of PayPal as his inspiration for leaving to pursue something new.

“It’s been a great ride but my strength has always been in the early-stage game,” Norgard told TechCrunch. “What I’m trying to do now is take all the learnings from that wonderful experience and bring them into my investing.”