Ok Cupid also features quizzes created by members, which can help you determine if someone is a match for you – just be aware that some can be rather x-rated.Other Features Like Plentyof Fish, Ok Cupid offers a range of useful features: Also like Plentyof Fish, you can upgrade to a paid membership, which provides ad-free browsing, preferential placement in search results, storage of up to 5,000 messages, and anonymous browsing.The cost is .95 for one month, .85 for three months, or .70 for six months.
Upgrading costs .40 for three months, .00 for six months, or .40 for one year.
Plentyof Fish has spun off a new dating site called e Vow, which is only for those seriously looking for a long-term relationship.
You can view matches and send messages and “winks” for free on e Vow, just like on its sister site.
When someone contacts you, you can see how much of a “Match,” “Friend,” or “Enemy” they are based upon how their answers compare to yours.
By continuing to answer questions, you actively update your profile, which leads to more views.
Zoosk began as a Facebook application but is now an independent site with more than 50 million members.