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Profile questions were left blank and a lot of the messages we received were generic “hey’s” that made it hard to tell if we were talking to a real person or a spambot.Of the 114 messages we received, only five were from legitimate, interested users — 4 percent to OKCupid’s 12 percent.It costs between and per month, depending on how many months you buy.POF doesn’t give you a month-to-month option, so you’ll have to commit to at least two months up front.
There’s also a boost feature, which is supposed to ensure your profile gets seen by more users.
POF’s website isn’t very intuitive, which can make finding that needle in a haystack even more complicated.
Add to that a barrage of notifications every time someone so much as looks at your profile and it’s easy to see why some users get fed up and never come back.
We made profiles on four dating sites — OKCupid, Plenty of Fish, Match, and e Harmony — and evaluated them on the quality of the matches they provided and overall usability.
First, we looked at how easy it was to create a unique and interesting profile.
The rest were either impersonal, spammy, a neg, and/or downright obscene.