Zoosk looks like a normal dating website – and, as normal dating websites, at some stage you have to pay.
If you feel like paying for this, then go ahead – there are many girls on Zoosk. I recommend you stay out of the “wink wink” mode and send custom gifts like the ostrich and comment on the picture. It’ll make you stand out so much more.
Do your search and DON’T press “Wink” – press email. DON’T send one of the three standard remarks as they suck and a girl probably gets 100 a day of these. Instead, write something in the custom field. Comment on her picture and send a free gift:
“Hi la, this is my special gift for those afraid of looking into the camera – have you always been like this? “ could be a great opener. If you need more information on how to start the conversation, you know where to go .
If you pay up, girls can contact you for free, although I’m still to see this as successful as the other dating applications.
After some emailing back and forth ask for her real name and send her a message via the Facebook email client. When she responds you will be able to see her profile!
If she is using her real name you may look her up on Facebook and write her a normal email – and say that you would rather spend the money on something else than dating online.
More to come – I’m still testing Zoosk to see if it’s great for online dating or not. However, as Are you interested are started to CHARGE for almost opening the app, I seem to notice that Zoosk is gaining market share in the online dating community on Facebook.
And as a dater, it’s imperative to go where the fish are.