eHarmony, launched in 2000, has withstood the test of time, attracting more senior users. It has a good reputation.
eHarmony has a personality questionnaire that matches users with like-minded individuals based on values, interests, and personalities.
The Heights Treatment CEO Joni Ogle, LCSW, CSAT, says OurTime helps singles identify and connect by age, geography, religion, and more.
The site covers senior dating and safety. Ogle thinks older tech-phobes need this. OurTime helps elderly connect without technology.
Harrison feels Zoosk's interface is easy for non-techies to master. It pairs you with like-minded people.
Icebreakers help matchmaking. Chatting costs $10 per month, but creating a profile and browsing local singles is free.
April Davis, dating coach, matchmaker, and CEO of LUMA Luxury Matchmaking, believes the technology is simple and helps seniors connect.
Senior Match has forums, blogs, and chat rooms for group discussion. Davis likes profile authentication.
SilverSingles accepts over-50s. Shine meets serious adult singles. The site's personality test matches values, activities, and lifestyles.
Start with a personality test. Daily bouts range from three to seven. Subscribe to fully use the site. Subscriptions start at $25 per year.