5 Matchmaking And Dating Services To Help You Find The One

Finding your ideal romantic partner is rarely an easy thing to do. Thankfully, in our hyper-connected era, there are more options than ever for meeting like-minded singles. If you feel down on your dating luck, or are simply curious about alternative routes to courtship, try using the services included here, which specialize in connecting Christians, dog lovers, and all other individuals seeking that perfect mate. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.

5 Dating Services for Finding Your Match

Name Summary
Linx Offline boutique dating and social network matching high caliber, relationship-minded Bay Area professionals, as well as VIP clients from around the globe
Three Day Rule Tech-enabled personalized matchmaking company helping discerning singles find meaningful relationships
Friend of a Friend Matchmaking Services include a personal matchmaker, a digitally delivered love and personality survey, one-on-one interviews to assess your dating needs, and a postmortem email following dates
ChristianCafe Connects Christian singles, and offers compatibility tests and advice on various dating topics
Dig Brings together people who love dogs, featuring profiles of both owners and their canines

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In Depth

In today's increasingly hectic world, it can be difficult to find your soulmate. Whether you're seeking someone who must adore dogs, or want a Christian mate, there are a wide variety of matchmakers, apps, and dating coaches whose top priority is to find you long-lasting love. In no particular order, here are five services passionate about connecting you with your kindred spirit.

Starting off the list at #1 is Linx, an offline boutique dating and social network located in the heart of the Bay Area. Founded by Amy Andersen, it represents a select handful of international VIP clients who reside across the Middle East, Europe, and Asia. These clientele include CEOs, founders, prominent public figures, financiers, and members of royal families. Its Link & Drink events offer an opportunity to connect with other dynamic professionals locally for networking.

The first step in the Linx matching process involves providing basic biographical information along with a comprehensive follow up interview with Andersen. Topics range from religions to ethnicities, occupations to eye colors, in order to build an archetype of your best match. The firm also offers personal services which include wardrobe styling, customized date coaching, and home closet consultations.

Topics range from religions to ethnicities, occupations to eye colors, in order to build an archetype of your best match.

In the #2 position is Three Day Rule, a tech-enabled personalized matchmaking company to help discerning singles find meaningful relationships. Its team of matchmakers help take the stress out of dating through a combination of technology and intuition to vet potential matches for clients. The firm is proactive about recruiting the right people, from networking events to yoga classes.

Its Dating Strategy Services help to identify priority areas in order to become a better dater, establish tactics for overcoming barriers to a fulfilling love life, and providing ongoing feedback and coaching for meaningful results. Three Day Rule hosts a variety of special events to match potential mates, including Clean Slate Pre-Valentine's Day Parties, seasonal mixers, and The Love Ball, which focuses on the gay community.

Coming in at #3 is Friend of a Friend Matchmaking, based in Toronto. Services include a personal matchmaker, a digitally delivered love and personality survey, one-on-one interview to assess your dating needs, and a postmortem email following dates, which details what worked and what didn't with your most recent match in order to adjust preferences accordingly.

Services include a personal matchmaker, a digitally delivered love and personality survey, one-on-one interview to assess your dating needs, and a postmortem email following dates, which details what worked and what didn't with your most recent match in order to adjust preferences accordingly.

Friend of a Friend Matchmaking also offers coaching for those struggling in their romantic life, such as repeatedly going out with the same type of person, or not getting any dates at all. The firm provides tips on surviving Valentine's Day, navigating dating apps, and date ideas.

Occupying the #4 spot is ChristianCafe, which connects Christian singles looking for love. It also offers advice on conversations couples should have before saying I do, tips on interracial courtship, compatibility tests for couples, and dating after divorce.

Potential members can take advantage of the service's Try Before You Buy policy, which allows for a short-term trial membership. Profile information includes denomination and church involvement, description of one's faith, and favorite Scripture verses. ChristianCafe founder Sam Moorcroft is a recognized expert on Christian singles, and has been featured in Newsweek, New York Times, and Baptist Press.

Profile information includes denomination and church involvement, description of one's faith, and favorite Scripture verses.

Wrapping up the list at #5 is Dig, which connects people who love dogs with each other, by featuring profiles of both canine and owner. It offers dog-friendly date suggestions such as parks, bars, and restaurants, along with daily deals on grooming services and volunteer opportunities.

Co-founders and sisters Leigh and Casey Isaacson created the company after meeting and dating men who were incompatible with their dogs. Dig has been featured in a wide array of media, including Forbes, Cosmopolitan, and Refinery29. It also hosts special events such as National Dog Mom's Day, Wine & Wags, and singles mixers.