A very high percentage of members on e Harmony are looking for long-term commitment and marriage, this is most definitely not your casual affairs website.The initial registration form is very straightforward and it will take you very little time to fill out. What isn’t quite so simple is what you are required to do next.

And it didn’t take long before they had build a membership base of over 3.5 million singles.

Regular advertising on TV and other mediums has helped to keep the site in the limelight – and the membership numbers growing.

Most members fall into the 25 to 65 age bracket, so this is not really a site for younger people.

If you are under 25, then dating sites like and Plenty of Fish are probably better suited to you.

Author: Tim Updated: June 13th 2016 In this review I’ll be looking at the first matchmaking site to make use of an extensive psychological questionnaire to match members. e Harmony takes a very rigorous and scientific approach to relationships.

The initial psychological questionnaire that is used on the site was developed by veteran clinical psychologist Dr. During his 35 years of work, he learned that unsuccessful marriages were often the result of couples with large differences, so he set about defining the traits that lead to successful relationships.

These traits are now identified when you complete the e Harmony questionnaire; after which you are matched only with members whom Dr Clark believes you are most likely to succeed in a relationship with. I’m afraid you’ll just have to read this review to find out.

e Harmony first landed in the UK back in 2008 – after already being very successful in America.

Once complete, you can then add a personal description of yourself and upload a photo or two.