Definitely one of the “niche” specific online websites out there (and actually one of the first niche driven concept to ever really “hit it big”), Tastebuds is geared towards matching individuals based on their love of music – and more specifically, specific types of music.
You’ll be asked to fill out a couple of quick questionnaires that quiz you on your favorite songs, artists, and bands, and then you will be directed to a compatible person who share the exact same kind of musical taste.
Reading your data lets the other users decide if they want to learn more about you and if they would like to date you.
True to its name, POF (as users calls it) has more users than any free dating site, and the fourth most of any dating site out there. Like most free sites, you can purchase some additional features, such as seeing whether other users read your messages, but for the most part, you’re getting the full package free.
was one of the first dating websites and because of this, they have had time to develop and refine their matchmaking system.
Sure, it may not be the best predictor of future romance success, but it can be a lot of fun until the next adventure comes around.
This website is exactly what it sounds like – specifically for those that live in rural areas or those that associate with the rural kind of culture that is overwhelmingly popular here in America right now.
Perfect for men and women that like four wheelers, pickup trucks, country music, and getting out into the great outdoors as opposed to those that want to spend all of their time in the bright lights of city living, Farmers Only is exploding in popularity right now and has quickly become one of the most visited portal in the US in just the last year.