These features and columns are updated on a monthly basis and members are encouraged to request what topics they would like covered.
If members would rather receive one-to-one advice they can email or call the relationships hotline.
When you first sign up, you’ll be asked for basic information, such as the best words to describe yourself and the things that you’re interested in.
You will also be asked questions about the type of person you are looking to date.
If you are a user of Android Wear, you can use Match on your watch- search as you go, exchange messages using voice commands, rate your daily matches and receive pulse email and wink notifications.
The free aspects of a account allow you to decide whether you wish to pay for a full service.
LONDON - Dating Direct, the online dating service, is launching Dating Direct Affinity.com, a site which uses online psychometric testing and a professional coaching team to help single people find a serious long-term relationship.
The site offers members a free psychometric "affinity test", online coaching from psychologists and relationship experts, and access to a dedicated relationships hotline.
When you have a paid account, you can get personalised matches sent to you everyday.
Users can decide on their own level of anonymity and only need to reveal their photos to members who interest them.
The service also offers members professional relationship advice and guidance through online coaching videos and advice columns from a team of psychologists and dating experts.
You can purchase boosts individually or a pack for multiple boosts.
With a free subscription, you get access to basic features, such as: To actually match and speak to people, you must sign up for a paid subscription.