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In this three-part series, I’m going to discuss in detail Match.com, e Harmony, and finally I will compare these services to determine which is the “better” of the two.

In this article, I’ll be describing from the ground up.

When you visit Match.com, you’ll be presented with a form to search for singles where you can enter simple details, such as if you are a man looking for a woman, etc.

This is actually part of the process to sign up for the service.

This is a simple process: just click on the Search link at the top of the screen and enter the basic details you are looking for.

You can also use special matching which includes: Note that all of these special searches will be affected by your basic search settings (age, distance, keywords).

You can then rate each of these matches and Match will use these rates to better define the users they provide you in the future.

Note that you need to rate your current matches before you get more so if you stop getting matches, rate the ones you have.

This is a little confusing for brand new users as initially it looks as if you have to pay to use the service. You can browse profiles and even wink at other users for free.