Review of the Dating Site, Eharmony

Last week, I talked about online dating with Match.com. But of course, there are quite a few other online dating sites as well, and today, I'd like to spend some time talking about another highly popular dating site called eHarmony. While Match.com is what I consider a good standard website that is geared toward just about anyone, eHarmony is much more specialized. It's fair to say that eHarmony is not a dating site for everyone. Instead, it is specifically targeted for people who are looking for a long-term relationship that could potentially lead to marriage. So right off the bat, eHarmony has a different tone compared to more casual dating sites.

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To join eHarmony, you need to complete a long questionnaire, which, I will be honest, could seem like a bit of a chore. The questionnaire takes quite a bit of time to complete. You may be tempted to go through it quickly, but this would not be a wise idea, given that your answers will be used to find your matches. In fact, eHarmony has a complex matching algorithm that relies on your test answers. It is therefore very important that you spend time answering each question as honestly and accurately as you can.

Upon completing the questionnaire, you will start receiving matches, which you can review for free. In fact, the eHarmony free trial will let you take the test, receive and review matches, and do a small amount of communicating with your matches. At a certain point, however, you will have to purchase a subscription to take things further. You can obtain the eharmony free trial here.

In short, while eHarmony may not be your run-of-the-mill dating site, if you've had difficulty finding a partner, and feel ready for a serious relationship, eHarmony is probably the best place to focus your attention.