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Why it made the list e Harmony uses “29 dimensions of compatibility” to pick matches— based on an extensive questionnaire.

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Count the increasing numbers of older women who want to date but are not interested in remarrying (the Pew points to a gender gap there), and you get a picture of seniors swarming the dating sites.

Still, while the headlines want us to believe that hundreds of thousands of seniors are happily engaged in online dating and finding our next partners via their profiles, would that it were that simple!

Cost $17.99 a month for 6 months, with discounts for first time users.

A free membership allows you to browse, but restricts your ability to interact with members or see who is interested in you.

Plus, the people who run the site seem genuinely interested in getting user feedback and acting on it.

Who’s It good for Older people looking for companionship, activity partners, a travel companion, dating or a long term relationship. By connecting with your Facebook account, it matches you with a person, called a “bagel,” who is a friend of one or more of your Facebook friends.So for example, if you state that you only want 6’1” nonsmoking men, but you occasionally search for or look at 5’8” individuals who smoke, the site will provide shorter smokers among your potential matches.The site also points you to Mutual Matches – people who not only match your criteria, but who also say they are looking for someone like you.You can specify religious status, smoking and drinking preferences, marital status and more.The site’s well regarded Synapse matching algorithm uses your profile details, match criteria and on-site searches to find the best matches for you.You must fill out the complete questionnaire and then go through the three levels of what e Harmony calls a “guided communication” with a prospective partner whom e Harmony has chosen for you – this communication is an exchange of questions, then a round of makes/breaks and finally a series of questions designed to dig deeper.

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