Zoosk in simple terms is a modified version of Facebook itself. It indeed is a social networking site but has one twist to it which makes it different from other social networks. It is an online ‘dating‘ site where you can flirt, chat, find a date or match for yourself or simply browse profiles. The best thing is it gels with multiple platforms in form of apps from Facebook app to its availability on smart phones.
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Browsing profiles can be based on anything like age, distance, religion, height and of course relationship status and gender. There are some icebreaker questions as well to get started with a stranger. If you feel interested you can click on “yes” and if the person on the opposite site says yes as well then you can get to know each other more.
Who knows the stranger turns into offline date and then your life partner. You can PM a person being a free member (aka zoosker) but you cannot email. If a premium member mails you even then you can’t reply if you yourself are not a premium zoosker.
They charge a decent sum of fees for becoming one. You can send winks and virtual gifts to people as well. It is available in 20 languages and promotes easy creation of profile if you link it with other social networks. It just does things automatically.
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A place where everything seems to be at its place there is a little drawback to it. All the searching is to be done by yourself. There are no as such suggestions provided by Zoosk.com itself (although filtering is). Secondly, there are people with fake profiles.
You would need to be careful while talking especially when you plan to meet with them. So, all you need is a small signup and profile creation session to flirt or date or know people around on Zoosk. Get going!