Best dating sites: How does EliteSingles compare?
There are a lot of good dating sites out there, but what if good isn’t good enough. This article will compare three of UK’s best dating sites against EliteSingles to explain why we are the best dating site in the UK to meet singles serious in their search for a long-term relationship.
Why choose EliteSingles?
We can connect you to singles in UK who are also enthusiastic about finding long-lasting love. Our matchmaking system is designed to help you meet people you’re actually compatible with, so you have the best shot at long-term happiness. We match you with compatible partners by looking at your relationship requirements and answers to our in-depth personality test, which is based on Five Factor Model theory of personality traits, analysing your levels of openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism. We hide inactive users and manually verify all new profiles. This means that you can be sure of be matched with real people, with real long-term potential.
EliteSingles vs. Match.com
Match is a traditional search based online dating site. Members browse through profiles based on search criteria (such as physical looks, occupation, religion, etc.)
The entire process is much more cumbersome than the automated matchmaking service that EliteSingles provides. We send you up to 7 compatible matches a day, so you can browse through the best options and focus on dating. This way, you’re not overwhelmed by searching through people that likely won’t be for you, and instead browse those with whom you have actual relationship potential.
Another disadvantage to Match.com is that it displays adverts to its paying members. In comparison, EliteSingles has no other brands or products advertised on our site, even for our non-paying members. So, you will not be annoyed by distracting adverts whilst you date online with us.
EliteSingles vs. eHarmony
eHarmony is a similar online dating site to EliteSingles in that it also uses a compatibility matching system and asks their users to complete an extensive personality questionnaire. However, what predominately sets EliteSingles apart from eHarmony is our membership base. Whilst eHarmony’s target audience is very broad, EliteSingles focuses primarily on professional and educated singles aged 30 – 55. Does this sound like you? Find out more about our members here.
Unusually for a dating site in 2017, eHarmony's LGBT offering is not integrated as part of its main site. Gay and Lesbian singles are redirected to use sister website 'Compatible Partners' instead. EliteSingles is proud to say we cater for gay dating and lesbian dating.
EliteSingles vs. PlentyOfFish (POF)
POF also algorithmically matches their users by asking them to complete a personality test based on the Five Model Theory. However, POF’s target audience is aged between 18-35, so if you are a little older, you may find that the membership numbers are tiny compared with EliteSingles.
Another downside to POF being free is that it runs primarily on advertising, so you are constantly bombarded by adverts whilst browsing. As the site relies on advertisers for revenue, they do not delete inactive members because the more members they have, the more they can charge for advert placement. At EliteSingles, our customer care team filters out inactive users to make sure you have the best chance of connecting with someone who is also looking for love.
If you are serious about finding love and think EliteSingles sounds like the site for you, get started today!