Ok Cupid and use similar methods to get you signed up, but one is more appealing if you like to be set free, and the other is more appealing if you like to narrow things down before you jump in.The price of each service is where things get a little hairy, especially for Ok Cupid is available in many languages and parts of the world as well, including Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Central and South America.If you're located in Australia, all three services are pretty much available everywhere.It will ask you what age range you're looking for, and how wide of a net you want to cast in terms of distance.
If you want to add new pictures, you have to add them on Facebook.
The more people in your area, the more likely you'll find fresh faces when you check your account.
Signing up is a little different for each one, but fortunately, very easy to do no matter which one you go with.
And, of course, you pick a username that suits you and ideally hides your identity a little. Ok Cupid moves right into you describing yourself in your bio section and answering a couple random questions so you can start getting matched with others.
Then, once you've "liked" a few people's profiles to help identify your type, your profile is all set and ready to use.