Date.com Review: Why Date.com Wasn’t Ranked In the Top 5

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On September 6, 2012
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Summary:

We recommend you do not join Date.com

There are many reasons we didn’t rank Date.com in our Top 5 Online Dating Sites. The main reason is simple – we didn’t meet any women. This isn’t uncommon. As we’ve discovered, only a small percentage of lucky men on Date.com actually meet decent women. We knew it couldn’t have anything to do with our strategies. They worked perfectly on sites such as Match.com and eHarmony.com.

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There are other reasons we weren’t so fond of Date.com. The entire interface of the site is very lame and cheesy. It’s almost like Date.com was created in the early days of the Internet. Oh wait, it was. And it hasn’t seemed to change much since the beginning. Such a shame. Oh well, we didn’t spend too much money on this site and were happy when our 3-month membership concluded.

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Date.com: Review Of Our Results On Date.com

Just as we already stated – we didn’t meet anyone. Not one single female. Zip, zero, zilch, nada. Zero dates and only a few responses to our introduction emails. Just like every other dating site, we sent out 450 total emails over a 12-week period. Only 61 women responded, or 13.6%. To give you an idea of just how pathetic that response rate is, we had a 76.4% response rate on Match.com. There simply is no comparison between these dating sites.

Date.com Pitfalls: What We Hated About Date.com

We could continue going on and on about how we never met anyone. So that did suck. But the truth is there were only a few women on Date.com that we actually wanted to meet. Most of the women are desperate, unattractive, divorcees with 5 kids. Not that there’s anything wrong with dating a single mother, but it would have been nice if the talent pool was a little better than what Date.com offered. Maybe throw in a few single, blonde bombshells with no children. We don’t think that’s asking too much.

Perhaps Date.com should do a better job of marketing their site towards better quality women. Of course, that means they would have to actually upgrade the quality of the site. They need a better interface, better graphics, and better site features. That would be a good start. If they do that, the decent women will likely follow.

Date.com Review: Conclusion

We really don’t like bashing any dating site. After all, we’re a site dedicated to teaching men how to have success with women online. So, in a sense, we’re bashing ourselves by dissing the online dating world. But we have to tell it like it is or our site would have no credibility. We’re sorry to say but Date.com is a very mediocre dating site. And that’s going easy on them.

This site simply does not stack up to Match.com, or a few other dating sites (i.e. eHarmony.com, PassionSearch.com, Passion.com, PerfectMatch.com). We didn’t meet anyone and found out that only a select few men have found someone decent on Date.com. So don’t make the mistake signing up for this lousy site. Choose Match.com instead. And then thank us for the suggestion later!