Professional dating profile

Our goal is simple - to add love, romance and fun to the lives of single people.

We're one of the oldest and best known dating communities on the web, and we have a unique, and very popular, secret weapon - our intelligent two-way matching feature.

Comparing experiences, matchmaking seems more tangible to me than online dating. You talk to a real human about the kind of partner you want to meet.

We are going to leave behind sentences that start with “I am …”, “I love…” or “I enjoy…” and look at things from a different perspective.

Instead of writing about yourself, write from someone else’s point of view.

And the fact that clients have to pay bodes well; it means they are serious about meeting someone. If online dating has underscored anything, it's that we're maybe too much of an aesthetically-driven society. My second date came six months later, in July of last year—certainly a longer time to wait than if you're using an app. But ultimately I decided that dating isn't necessarily ordering a person out of a catalogue. We didn't make immediate plans—I wanted things to percolate.

The matchmaker's rules are also very clear: She gives your contact information to the guy and it's up to him to make the first move and connect. Interestingly, you don't see photos of prospective dates before meeting in person. Swiping left and right based on a picture means, of course, you're missing out on the surprises—the people you may not have a knee-jerk physical reaction to but are more of a slow burn. But I knew I was signing up for a slower-moving (and ideally more effective) process. Life, and finding a true partnership, doesn't work that way. We texted a few times, and then he asked me out again. Now, we're a couple, taking things at a reasonable pace.

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