Popular dating sites in the web
More » The only site specifically geared to the largest demographic group on the planet at this time (50 ), and the second niche site on this list, Our Time has a lot to offer senior singles.
With 1.7 million unique monthly members and the support of People Media (one of the largest online dating website conglomerates), and (also its parent company) Our Time a definite must-see if you're wanting to date or remarry in your 50s and beyond.
, meaning more people visit these online dating sites on a monthly basis.
Although this list can change every few months, the biggest of the bunch usually stay the same.
More » Originally called Engage, Christian Mingle merged with the aforementioned site in 2009 after Spark Networks bought it out.
With 5.5 million active users, it's the biggest niche and religious dating site in the world, with an even larger community base to support any Christian single's faith.
SOURCE: Consumer Reports "It's clear that online dating websites play a major role in the lives of many consumers — we invest a tremendous amount of time, money and emotional energy.
It really is a consumer issue worthy of our attention." said Margot Gilman, money editor for Consumer Reports.
Get noticed for who you are, not what you look like.
I still love it, and highly recommend it to all singles and polyamorous couples looking for love, friendship, or even something a bit more casual.
With just over 10 million unique monthly users, it's not the largest of the dating sites (although it is owned by Match.com), however I do believe it has the best offerings on this list with regards to cost (free, with options to pay for a few fun, yet non-crucial features), number of members, and usability.
The only 100% free dating site on this list, Date Hookup offers pretty much anyone a place to chat, meet, and hopefully connect with other singles.
While I found the site cluttered and confusing to use, they're obviously doing something right with three million unique members visiting every month.
More than half, or 53 percent, of single people have created a dating profile, according to Match's recent Singles in America study, which polled over 5,000 single men and women in December.