Zoosh dating site
Zoosk coins offer a few ways of amping up your profile to get more attention, such as a "Boost" where your profile moves to the top of the search results, buying virtual gifts to send to other members, or finding out if and when someone has read your profile or email.
"Liking" Zoosk on Facebook or installing the cell phone app get you coins, as do daily raffles for logging in and filling out partner offers such as memberships with Net Flix.
Without a Zoosk free trial, the online dating world can get pretty costly.
Say you’re really excited to sign up for your first dating site.
Most of the profiles I encountered mentioned some sort of casual dating interaction.
Not that it's seedy or presents itself as an adult dating site...
" Access to the site comes through two means: coins, which you can pay for or earn by logging in and doing a variety of things, or by becoming a subscriber.
I'll discuss membership fees shortly, so for now, let's focus on the coins.
Having said that, I've yet to communicate with anyone from Zoosk beyond a wink for a number of years and didn't like that their search feature automatically reverted back to the automatic default.
If you say no, you'll then be asked to flesh out your profile slightly - most members (in my experience) have nothing listed except their age, general location, profile name and a picture - and then you'll be shown someone else's profile nearby.
You can change what you're "searching for" with a click, but be aware that the site will revert back to whatever they've deemed appropriate for you each time you log in.
After you answer yes or no, you may get a dating-related question to further determine what you're after.
For me, this was "Would you date someone four years younger than you?