Site membership is free, and all users the chances to browse and send “flirts” to prospective matches; paid memberships are available for as low as a month.The site has been around since 1997, back when cell phones were the size of bricks, and social networking barely existed.So it’s no wonder that in its 17 years, JDate hasn’t faced much competition. As online dating becomes more tech-savvy and complex, Jewish dating is following suit.Now there are a host of new services for Jewish singles, from the strictly Jewish JZoog to Tinder-based JSwipe.Some of these agency sites are even free to use, or at least browse.There are different types of Jewish dating sites on line.
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doesn’t call itself the “leading Jewish singles network” for nothing.
The massive online matchmaker—which boasts 750,000 users and attracted major media buzz in April with its rebranding campaign, “Get Chosen”—is known as the go-to for Jewish online dating.
Over the last 17 years, JDate has built a solid reputation for itself.