Music related dating sites
Dropping an extra per month (or, if you prefer, for half a year) unlocks messaging, so you can actually use your words and not just your favorite music to woo those you find desirable.
Maybe you’re a workaholic with just a few hours of free time each week, and you don’t feel like spending those precious hours shouting over loud music at a nightclub.
Signing up for a premium membership nets you a few bonus features, like invisible browsing and message storage.
Ok Cupid claims it will never post to Facebook, but other sites have made similar claims only to mysteriously appear on your Facebook feed, so just sign up with an email address if that makes you nervous.
If you’re on a free account, the only information available to you on others’ profiles is username and location, along with a photo, of course.
You can “like” prospects and send them messages (though they’ll disappear after a bit), and there’s a “quickmatch” option for all the swipers out there.
It also means you don’t have as much control as with other sites.