Singlesnet Review

If you are comparing online dating sites, Singlesnet.com is one place you might want to consider. Don’t worry if you haven’t heard of them – many people haven’t. Regardless, they have over five million registered users, and have been around for over 10 years. Their database of singles is huge, and offers selection large enough that even someone who is very picky, or has extremely specific requirements in a mate, can still find a companion.

You know how some dating sites let you search for people (or electronically match you up with someone), and you find someone you are truly interested in, then start talking to each other, only to find out you live 2,000 miles apart or in a different time zone? Well, one of the features Singlesnet offers is a zip code search. You can put in your city, or one of the cities in your metro area, and only view singles who live within a short driving distance from you! No more long-distance relationships.

When compared side-by-side with some of its largest competitors, Singlesnet is incredibly easy to use. Their interface is simple, easy to navigate, and quick to learn. And sign-up is lightning fast. They boast that it only takes about 30 seconds for a new member to create an account on their website. With a free account, you can post your profile, upload a picture (or two), and even browse the database to see what potential partners are living in your area. You can read profiles, view pictures, and even receive messages (and “flirts”) from other members. However – like most sites – you can’t message back until you purchase a complete paid subscription.

Rates are reasonable, and are a little lower than what you expect to pay at most dating services. One month costs around $25, and a year is $90 – which works out to only about $7.50 a month when a whole year is purchased at once. The larger subscriptions can be nice way to make sure you have enough time to find the right person, without being rushed along. Either way, when compared to the cost of drinks, dinners, and movies – it is still a whole lot cheaper to find your match through this site than it is in person.

Though you can search locally, Singlesnet is an international website. They feature people in search of love from all over the United States, Canada, the UK, Australia, etc. If you don’t care about finding someone locally, you can also date people who live overseas if you want to go a little more exotic. If you’ve always had a thing for an Australian accent, why not indulge it? Singlesnet also offers gay and lesbian dating if that’s your fancy.

Do be careful of signing up for a membership just because you received a “wink” or a “flirt”; some people have reported getting these flirty signals in error, so it’s probably best to wait to sign up for a full membership until you receive an actual message, or until you find someone in a search that tickles your fancy.

In summary, Singlesnet is a great place and a way to meet new people, and has successfully matched tons of people in the past. Coming in at much less expensive than other sites, it is a great value for the money.