They are faced by a huge choice of online dating services. How do they make decisions – about the right dating service and about the right person? In the first instance, any reputable dating site will expect you to register and supply some personal information. There are some free sites, but, the most reliable and trustworthy sites require a subscription if you want to communicate on an unlimited basis with other members of your choice. It is easy to find sites for singles who like the idea of chatting and flirting, but a more select number of dating services are for singles who want to find a serious relationship.
Starting off on a dating service
You might find that some dating sites are merely computerised versions of the lonely hearts ads you find in newspapers. They match you with other singles on the basis of the search criteria you designate … location, age, shared interests and so on. The matching results will often take the form of pages of photos (or blank boxes) with a few explanatory words about the person. But, if you’re one of the millions of singles who is looking for a loving partner rather than a fling, how do you make an informed choice?
How singles become recommended partners
Parship offers a highly focused and professional service – specifically for singles who are looking for a committed relationship. Parship’s main point of difference is a unique free compatibility test – which is the result of some 30 years of academic research. Once you’ve taken the test and set your search criteria, you can see your personalised list of recommended partners; these are singles who have been selected for you by Parship’s compatibility matching system. Each of them has a profile that is complementary to yours in terms of particular personality traits and aspirations, along with such factors as leisure activities and interests.
Singles who appreciate security and discretion can also rest assured that they are in safe hands with Parship. The service places a special emphasis on members’ privacy: for instance, your photo is never generally visible – you release it on a one-to-one basis to recommended partners of your choice.