Recommended for: 25 – 35 years looking for serious relationships Plenty of Fish (POF) Has over 3 million active daily users worldwide on POF, and offer free messages.
It has a bit of a reputation of being a tad seedy though….
It also makes the process of meeting people much easier and a lot less nerve-wrecking.
Everyone is busy and it can be really hard to find time to go out and meet new people.
But hey, if seedy is your thing, this is the place for you! OK Cupid isn’t Australian based but does have singles from all over the world and a serious following here in the great land of Oz.
Recommended for: 35 – 50-year-olds looking for hook-ups The leading dating website for gay, bi , nd curious men. It really tries to focus on the personality of singles, shying away from people choosing others just for looks. Recommended for: 18 – 30 year old singles Zoosk was named the best dating App of 2016.
This matchmaking site is known for personalisation and matches you to your ‘perfect match’ through an algorithm which is said to deliver better matches in real time.
It is also available in 80 different countries and has been translated into 80 languages.Has a good selection process and is strict on members.However it does cost to speak to people and this can really add up!You can do it early in the morning, late at night or even during your lunch hour. The best part about online dating, many people say, is that you can get a pretty good idea of whether you’d actually have a connection with someone before meeting them.Your online profile gives you an opportunity to express yourself, what you’re all about and what you’re looking for.Are you going to drop another hundred bucks the next weekend?