Speaking of being picky, Elite Singles is *the* site for those people who know exactly what they want and who aren't really interested in casual mingling.You know, the people who wouldn't be caught dead going on a blind date.
eharmony is one of the priciest of the bunch: A one-month membership goes for .95, but prices go as low as .95/month when you sign up for a year.
(You'll even get to read some cute success stories along the way.) eharmony is pretty much the go-to for marriage-minded people looking for a serious commitment (since some other sites cater to those looking for a more casual fling).
In 2013, eharmony ranked first in creating marriages than any other dating site, and is apparently responsible for creating 4% of marriages in the U. They're pretty confident in their matchmaking abilities, too, because they make a guarantee that if you're not satisfied in three months, they'll give you another three months for free.
Unlike eharmony, which chooses your matches for you based on questionnaire results, Match has you create a profile that will pop up in other users' feeds.
While Match does suggest five daily matches for you, you're also free to browse the entire pool of profiles by age range, location, or online status, which makes Match a significantly more social option than eharmony and slightly better for those looking for something casual.