Unpopular dating sites
If you want to make things happen, this is the place to do it.
It’s free to try, but you’ll have to pay to get unlimited messages, which let’s face it, that’s probably what you’re going to want if you’re all about speed.
While popular choices are a safe bet for their huge user base, smaller sites offer starting off with more common ground.
Overall, consider each option with an open-mind because even if some of these dating sites have only 200,000 users, you’re only trying to find one.
True to its name, POF (as users calls it) has more users than any free dating site, and the fourth most of any dating site out there. Like most free sites, you can purchase some additional features, such as seeing whether other users read your messages, but for the most part, you’re getting the full package free.
was one of the first dating websites and because of this, they have had time to develop and refine their matchmaking system.
While it has about an eighth the user base of POF, clocking in at around 8 million, OKCupid is generally a lot of fun as it matchmakes using user-generated questions and quizzes, allowing users to determine how compatible their match might be with them. OKC has a Tindr like feature that allows one to rapidly rate other users, and if you and someone else rate each other highly, then OKC will let you know.
You can be ranked in four criteria, using a percentage as either “Director, Builder, Negotiator, or Explorer.” After a battery of other tests, the site will find compatible matches.
It’s an advanced twist to OKCupid’s user-oriented quizzes and is a bit like E-harmony, but it’s got a younger, more hip vibe.
Boasting 9 million users and a vibe that says “let’s do this,” Speed Date is all about getting responses quickly.
Things move quickly as potential lovers can communicate over text, audio, and video chat.