This can be something of a rarity in the online dating industry.
Then, as soon as you're done entering your inside leg measurements, pet peeves, bust size, and then poured your lonely heart out over the reasons you haven't been to synagogue lately, a mysterious flashing gold encrusted page pops up suggesting you "UPGRADE NOW! Other sites allow you to join as a guest, then you can upgrade depending on how lonely and desperate you are.
This makes it quite a bit smaller than rival JDate.
Clicking the link at the top of the page, one can see who is online.
When we logged on there were only 13 people online.
We were disappointed by this, and also not so happy about the fact that a lot of our search results gave us profiles with no photos.
The Short Version: Launched in 2002, Jewish is a time-tested dating site for Jewish singles around the world.
In contrast, Jewish has only one membership type and gives you a 3 week free trial of all the normal features you would enjoy as a full member. You can also earn a longer free trial by achieving certain goals, such as inviting members or uploading photos.Jewish uses the same basic setup as Christian Cafe.com, a niche dating network established in the late ’90s.Both sites have stood the test of time and been tremendously successful at bringing together online daters who prioritize cultural and religious compatibility.Should you start approaching random people you see during the day?But what if that cutie on the elliptical next to you isn’t single? You can’t always tell by looking at someone if they’re going to be a good match for you, and it’s nerve-wracking (not to mention time-wasting) to go into a flirtatious conversation blind.After 14-days, your account will expire unless you upgrade to one of the membership plans, which are all themed as assortments of coffees.