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Top 7 Best Dating Sites For A Businessman

Demands from many elements of our lives have been physically tugging us all over for a long time. However, as technology advanced, many social functions were able to shift digitally. Dating has steadily moved from on-site to online dating, which is a welcome alternative for busy professionals looking to multitask and make the most of their free time.

Many successful entrepreneurs can say that time has been essential in the growth of their businesses. So a number of them either got married early on before they got so absorbed in work, or are now having a hard time juggling business concerns with a satisfying social life.

But with so many dating platforms, looking for the perfect person to share life with is no longer  difficult. The few minutes while waiting for the next meeting can even be “productive” in scanning through profiles of potential mates.

To help you get started, here are 10 of the best dating sites highly recommended for the busy businessman:

1. The League 

The League is a high-end dating service. You must apply to join, in addition to paying a membership fee. Payment does not guarantee admission, just as it does not guarantee admission to an exclusive club. You must meet the requirements. You’ll need to provide your LinkedIn account (“to block you from your coworkers” because no one wants their coworkers to know they’ve joined a dating service) and your Facebook account in the application.

Once a member, you are able to access features such as in-site video dating. The platform prides itself as a “selective and high-quality dating and social networking community.”

2. Zoosk

Zoosk allows you to create a profile easily. However, it has verification options to confirm the identity and reputation of a user. Verifications include uploading a photo that clearly shows the face of the user, providing a Twitter account and linking to a Facebook account. It also has paid boost options that improve your chance of appearing on another user’s “carousel,” which is pretty much where the selection and matching happens.

3. CoffeeMeetsBagel

You must use either your Facebook account or your phone number to continue using this platform. You must pay for some of the site’s more valuable services, such as seeing potential matches right away, like with most dating sites. The location selections on this dating service are very flexible. You can change your address to check users in the region if you plan to visit to a specific location and want to set up a date there.

4. Match

In the United States, Match is the most popular dating site. It requests that you complete a profile, which will be reviewed by their support team within 24 hours. It’s unclear how they verify your identity, but the company does actively remove “bad actors” from its site.

5. eHarmony

When you sign up, you’ll be prompted to perform a compatibility test that takes about 20 minutes. It includes questions about whether you prefer to share or have separate bedrooms, as well as other situational inquiries. Not only does the site provide you with matches after you take the quiz, but it also provides you with a personality profile. The caveat is that unless you pay for a premium account, you won’t be able to see your match’s images fully; they’ll be blurred.

6. OkCupid

OkCupid, another popular dating site in the United States, has a seemingly never-ending list of questions to help match you to someone with the same answers. You even get to rate the importance of the question to you. These questions range from the most cliché — are you able to forgive and forget — to political views.

OkCupid is also one of the few dating sites that allow you to locate yourself in a different area to meet potential partners beyond your immediate locality. OkCupid also prides itself as being revolutionary and is the first dating site to introduce 22 different gender and 13 orientation options.

7. Grindr

This is currently the largest social networking platform for LGBTQ. When it launched, it primarily wanted to address the lack of dating sites that allow the LGBTQ community to freely express their identities without fear of discrimination. It is also one of the more progressive platforms, recently removing its racial preference filter to show support to Black Lives Matter.

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