It can be incredibly frustrating to put time, effort, and emotion into a website hoping it will help you find a match. Both of these online dating sites are known well enough to understand what it is they are about. However, it can start to get confusing when you try to tell the difference between the two. Overall, both sites work to help you, the user, find someone that meets your criteria and interests, and set up a way to communicate with that person. They take pride in the many life-long relationships created through their site and do constant research on what factors go into making relationships work.
eHarmony | #1 Trusted Dating Site for Like-Minded Singles
Looking for love? The boss of the dating website eHarmony, Greg Waldorf, just might be able to help — providing you are "values orientated", not unduly neurotic and you haven't been married more than three times. A balding Californian self-confessed technology enthusiast dressed in a dull corporate suit, Waldorf, 42, appears an unlikely cupid. But his site claims to be responsible for a staggering weddings every day in America — almost one in five US marriages. Waldorf hopes to repeat that trick in Britain, where eHarmony launched 18 months ago and aims to be market leader among paid matchmaking sites within the next two years. Founded by a Chicago clinical psychologist in , eHarmony is the second biggest paid-for dating website in the US, behind the ubiquitous Match. Rather than merely letting its members browse through thousands of profiles, it uses a patented "compatibility matching system" based on a question in-depth quiz to identify potential soulmates.
Online dating service eHarmony has been banned from claiming it uses a "scientifically proven matching system". A billboard ad for the website on a London Underground platform seen in July said: "Step aside, fate. It's time science had a go at love.