Bowling Green State University professors of gerontology, Dr. Charlie Stelle, have been researching the landscape and found that people over 60 represent the most rapidly growing demographic in online dating.
The study authors also delved into the question of which features make a dating site a good fit for seniors. You can read an article about the ongoing study by clicking here. Take a look and see which is a good fit for you. It boasts a membership of over 17 million, 2. The odds are with you. What makes it easy The site lets you breeze through the profile creation process by checking off the basics first. The site also offers online guidance.
What a great way to mix it up with other singles. Click here to visit Match. With over 20 million registered users, the key difference between eHarmony and traditional senior dating sites is the intricate Compatibility Matching System, which narrows the field from thousands of senior singles and claims to find the most compatible matches based on your profile.
What makes it easy: You simply sit back and wait for the experts to send you matches by email. Downside eHarmony totally controls your dating choices. Plus, because the site has a Christian ideology, it does not entertain same-sex matches; those are relegated to a new separate service run by eHarmony, called Compatible Partners.
The site also will not admit members who are legally separated but not divorced. Price per month for 6 months: You can propose a date or scan dates that potential partners have proposed.
Want to join me? Social networking connections are also available. What makes it easy The profile is a straightforward mix of multiple-choice questions and paragraphs, without much glitz or glamour. Downside Online dating veterans may miss the extra features that other sites offer. Online chat is available, but no Facebook or mobile connections, yet. Many of the questions are a bit bizarre, but easy to skip over. FREE — unless you find ads distracting. Connecting with Facebook and Twitter is a free option.