more that there's little serious or matrimonial going on - which is fantastic for those wanting something a bit more casual and a bunch less serious.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.
After signing up you'll get a daily "mutual match" in your email, showing you someone else's profile, and allowing you to state yes or no to being interested.
If you say yes, and it's mutual, you'll get a note (but won't know who it is specifically until you pay), and if it's no, you'll hear nothing.
Once you've friended people, you can then chat with them using their in-house program, which you have to download onto your computer or mobile phone.
Contact anyone other than a wink costs money, but you can reply using a drop-down list of options should you want to show interest beyond just a "wink wink".
After you answer yes or no, you may get a dating-related question to further determine what you're after.