Everyone loves free stuff, and when you are faced with a product or service that is free vs. one that you have to pay for, it’s tempting to go for the free product.
I find this to be true with online dating. Having tried both free dating sites and paid sites like Match.com, I can attest that there is a world of difference between the two. The main thing that differentiates the two is the quality of singles you will find on each kind of site.
It also occurred to me the other day that a successful person would not balk at the $35 membership fee that Match.com charges. And don’t we all want to date people who are successful and have money? I doubt you will find that many people like that on free sites. You’re more bound to run into students or unemployed people who can’t afford paid dating sites.
That is why, even if money is tight, I urge people not to be cheap when joining a dating site. If you are worried about wasting money on a site you may not like, try using a Match.com free trial and get 72 hours free.
While it’s true you will eventually have to pony up the cash to stay a member, this is at least a good way to get your feet wet so you know exactly what you will be paying for. By searching online, you should be able to get a 72-hour Match.com free trial offer from Match.com.