Online dating site eHarmony gives you advice and tips to find love
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by eHarmonyFrom today (5 September) until 9 September you can use eHarmony for free and get talking to your matches. Not already registered to eHarmony? Don’t worry – simply take our Relationship Questionnaire to start receiving your matches. See who catches your eye and get talking!
by eHarmonyAt eHarmony, we’re all about communication. We think it’s important that you get to know your matches and find out if you have the right chemistry before meeting them in person. Talking to your matches is also a great way to ask the important questions, ensuring a memorable first date – as though you’d known each other forever.
by Fran CreffieldTo form a connection with a match you need to build a good rapport. Getting the conversation started is one of the hardest parts of online dating, so here are some classic mistakes to avoid.
by Fran CreffieldOne of the main concerns for people new to the world of online dating is their personal safety. Follow our guidelines and use these useful tips to help keep you safe online.
by Annemarie GallardFind out how to make a lasting first impression with your brand-new, personalised cover photo.
by Fran CreffieldCommunicating with people online can sometimes feel a bit unreal. It’s easy to forget that you are talking to real people and the things you say can affect them just as they would in any other social situation.
by Fran CreffieldWhen someone posts an online profile you might think that it means they’re ready for a relationship. This isn't always the case.
by Fran CreffieldYour profile is the first impression a match gets of you so it’s important that you get it just right, but there are common mistakes people make.
by eHarmonyThis month we're showcasing Debbie's profile - she'd love to know what you think about it, what could be added, or even what's best left out. Let her know in the comments!
by Fran CreffieldDo you review your matches and like the look of them but never do anything about it because you would have no idea what to say? Or maybe you feel lost and floundering after the initial icebreakers?