4 Guardian Soulmates (dating.uk) Telegraph readers don't generally chase Guardianistas but Soulmates is a sensible choice for urban intellectual types, with an average age of 38 and more than 145,000 members.Soulmates' profiles are about the wittiest, so it's certainly worth browsing this site to steal ideas.
It’s so awful that it’s just pathetic to think about, and we figured that out really quickly during our Loopy Love review.
The main reason it’s so bad is all the cam girls on it.
The userbase acquired through lotto emails was soon augmented by successful pay-per-click marketing using the new tools on offer from Google.
The dating business grew phenomenally quickly, reaching an annual turnover of around £14 million and serving more than 25% of the UK dating market.
From those 120 e-mails, we only received a total of 5 responses.
This was pitiful, especially when not a single woman actually wanted to meet up with us. Populated by fiercely intelligent, beautiful people with sensible political views; or, put another way, Telegraph readers.Average age is more mature than most sites, but there's a healthy smattering of younger daters, too.5 Lovestruck (lovestruck.com) matches urban desk pilots with people in other local offices.The site's new feature is an i Phone application that buzzes when one of Lovestruck's 40,000 members who fits your criteria is nearby.Most don’t even bother to fill in the most basic details, so it makes us wonder what exactly are they doing on this site in the first place?