Dating loot online
There are lots of reasons to try online dating services.
Maybe you’re a workaholic with just a few hours of free time each week, and you don’t feel like spending those precious hours shouting over loud music at a nightclub.
Zoosk is free to join, and in lieu of a traditional subscription, you can pay for packs of “coins” to boost your profile, which increases visibility to members of your target demographic.
Coin packs cost between and , with value scaling up as you buy more.
You’ll add a list of favored artists to your profile, and you can fill in answers to generic statements like “If I had a million dollars, I would…” or “When I was 13, my favorite band was…” Frankly, Tastebuds’ list of features and its lack of matching algorithms make it inferior to most popular dating sites, but it’s a cool, unique twist that music lovers will appreciate.
Maybe you’re agoraphobic, or you can’t afford to sign up for one of those “wine and painting” events without mortgaging your student loan debt — damn you, Big College!
Whatever the reason, many rely on dating sites to deliver potential matches based upon shared interests or commonalities.
Ok Cupid is geared toward younger, hipper singles, as evidenced by the affordable rates and the fact that co-founder Christian Rudder is a member of ultra-hipster band Bishop Allen.
As a result, the sign-up process is quick and painless (to reflect our attention spans), and the site’s UI is clean, simple, and easy to use.