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can help you find love. If not, use our list of matching websites.
Nowadays everything is online Women in their twenties seem to have less time to go out and meet men their age and, as you can read in our matchmaking story, some are turning to the Web to find true love. We broke down a few popular sites so you can find the right one for you.
You can post a profile, browse others and read and respond to messages for free. They have millions of members from all different backgrounds, professions and ages. Spark.com also has a detailed personality test called the Color Code, which helps you to find the perfect match.
This site is meant for college-aged people looking for love. They make it easy for you to start by with free registration through your Facebook—no long questionnaires or monthly fees. They also offer a service where you can help your friends find love as a “wingman” or “matchmaker.”
This is another free dating website with a huge attraction to singles. Through OkCupid.com you can create quizzes, blogs, public forums, instant messages and emails. You can also “wink” at people you are really interested in.
Plenty of Fish is another free site that uses different matchmaking tools to set the right individuals up. They provide a Chemisty Test that will match you others that have the same personality and emotional needs. The site also asks about your “Relationship Needs,” so they can create an action plan to help make your next relationship successful.
To take full advantage of this site you have to be a paying member, but for free you can still post and view some profiles. The cool thing about this site is that it has applications on Facebook and Twitter you can check out for free and also an app for all smartphones. Matchmaking on the go!
This is a dating website exclusively for college students. It’s a place for for students searching for someone who shares the same educational goals and understands each other’s priority lists. You also have the option to choose which schools can view your profile.
(post contributed by Lesley Anders)