Dating websites are by far the most popular way to find true love or to remind you why you’d prefer to stay free and single.
The market is becoming increasingly competitive as eligible bachelors and bachelorettes aim to separate the wheat from the chaff.
BELFASTVIBE looks at 10 websites aiming to bring together kindred spirits…
Plenty of Fish – or POF – is one of the true big hitters among dating sites, claiming to have more dates, more visits and more relationships than any other dating site.
Winner of the most innovative award 2015, Zoosk offers fun-filled, exciting features help local singles connect with their ideal dates.
With more than 12 million users across the globe, eHarmony promises to accurately find your match based on its 29 Dimensions of Compatibility.
A site for professional men and women in Northern Ireland who are wanting to find that perfect partner but often don’t have the time to seek out suitable dates.
This website comes with a blurb about Belfast that’s copied from Wikipedia. Not a site that comes highly recommended, but who knows what you’ll find!
Another site called Belfast Dating which is different to the previous one in that it doesn’t rely on Wikipedia. Worth a nosey if you prefer to go off the beaten track.
Many different churches have given endorsements of this site which claims that anyone interested in actively pursuing their new friend or soul mate will be successful.
Online dating for long-term relationships. Favoured by the more mature single person, which is no surprise as it’s targeted specifically at educated singles over 30.
Featuring the Daily 6 – which, as the name suggests, consists of a recommendation of six people to check out on the basis of compatibility.