says Alyssa Dineen, dating expert and author of The art of online datingand founder My profile style. “However, in most areas, matching is more widely used and will therefore have a better selection of potential dates, making it theoretically worth the cost.”
“As with all dating apps, usage varies geographically, including usage by age,” she told mbg. “For example, within major cities, neither eharmony nor Match is widely used for people under 60. Even outside metropolitan areas, in my experience, Match is more popular than eharmony.”
As for an app that’s worth your money, Dineen recommends choosing the dating service that works best for you and your unique situation. Treat apps the same way you would everyone else you date. Be selective and selectively choose the apps that can bring you success. Don’t look at general reviews in general, but instead check reviews from people who are in a similar demographic and geographic area.
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