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Communication These sites are fairly similar when it comes to communication options.
On Match you can send winks or emails, but e Harmony really just facilitates emailing, and only with the matches the site suggests.
Those matches are made very carefully, though, based on your profile questionnaire, so the limited matches could also be seen as a positive thing.
You can't interact with every single e Harmony user, but you likely wouldn't want to anyway, especially after paying a fair amount for their specialized matching system to weed folks out.
It was ranked the 810th most popular site on the internet.
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Both have you answer a lot of questions about yourself to get started in an effort to match you with those who have similar interests and traits. This difference is evident through in their interfaces, options for communication and matching methods.
Match always approaches things a little bit more casually and e Harmony takes it all more seriously.
When you log in and click on the e Harmony icon, it defaults to a page filled with serious articles about dating dos and don’ts.
When you log in and click on the Match logo, it defaults to a very busy page, filled with all sorts of potential matches on every square inch of the screen.