With thousands of members signing up each week on Flirthut, your match might just be a click away. Signing up with us is completely free. Unlike a lot of other free dating sites, we don't buy our member lists or use details we've got from other sites. All our members have signed up exclusively to use our free service so we are unique. Keeping your registration with us costs you nothing and you have nothing to lose other than the prospect of meeting your match online if you're not a member.
We don't believe you should spend hours filling out forms to find your dating match online. What can the results of a form tell you that you can't already judge for yourself? Meeting someone online needs a good dating site like Flirthut where there are other likeminded individuals. The decision making and the communication is up to you. You don't need to answer lots questions - save these for when you meet face to face. Online dating isn't a mortgage application like some other sites make it out to be. Flirthut is back to basics. Good honest simple dating with minimal complications. If someone interests you and you want to know more about them, then all you need to do is ask! And Flirthut has a few clever systems in place to ensure you don't get harassed by people who don't follow the online dating etiquette.
When you sign up with Flirthut, not only do you get to search for free and message other members for free, you can tell us how often or not you would like to get email notifications from us. Unlike most other dating sites, we try not to bombard you with emails each time someone looks at your profile or sends you a message. Instead, you can choose to have a daily or weekly list of activity associated with your account emailed to you. Or if you want, you can choose not to have any email notifications at all. It's your dating experience and you should be allowed to do it the way you want. We also don't have any restrictions on message content other than an offensive word filter. If you want to exchange phone numbers or email addresses with someone else, then you can. That's what a dating site is all about - meeting someone!
You're single and looking to find someone for a relationship - What are you waiting for? Join flirthut today and search for people in your area for free. Signing up is quick and easy, needing just one photo of yourself. We won't spring any charges on you or threaten to cancel your subscription because our dating site is a complete free site. That means any premium services we offer are in addition to the normal free service. And by normal free service, we mean free to search our members by distance and free to message them (subject to a ten message limitation per day). We don't put any restrictions on the messages you send to other members other than filtering out offensive language. After all, a dating site is designed to allow people to meet each other so if you want to exchange email addresses or phone numbers, that's fine with us. That's why we're here.
If you're a single parent, having to juggle time with your children and making time to meet someone for a relationship can be difficult. Free dating sites like Flirthut can help make things a little easier for you by giving you an opportunity to meet someone online without having to pay for subscriptions or create complex accounts. We're back to basics. And because we're simple, you'll have more time to search around and less time worrying about what information you've given. It may surprise you to know that a lot of our members are single parents looking for a relationship. Online dating is a great way to meet other single parents or other single people who are looking for a relationship with someone like you. And you don't have to pay anything. So what have you got to lose?
A good photo on your dating profile can make a big difference to the responses you get and the type of person that responds to you. Taking the time to select a good picture of yourself is very important. Before photos appear on Flirthut, they are checked to ensure they meet our guidelines, so they don't offend other users. Photos which do not, are rejected. So what is a good photo? Ideally, it will show your face in full - without sunglasses, hats or any other obstructions in a nice surrounding and preferably against a light background. You should be well groomed and looking your best. You wouldn't go out expecting to meet someone looking like you've made no effort whatsoever would you?
Take a look at our forum for some more hints and advice on what a good online dating profile photo should be along with other topics of discussion.
Something of interest?...
A couple of years ago, I fell for a guy on a dating site like Flirthut. Initially, they appeared to be out of bounds to me and out of my league but exchanging a few messages here and there revealed that we both had an interest in each other. As the week past, our messages grew in length and frequency and it was clear that we both really liked each other. It took some time before one of us plucked up the courage to ask the other one on a date, and it just so happened that it was me that made the first move. We agreed a date and I was so excited. Through all our messaging, I had got to know so much about him and I had built up an image of what he'd be like with me in my mind. I'd log in to the dating site frequently just to have a look at their pictures and I'd fantasise about our future together, marriage, kids, home, everything. I was well and truly in love with him, or at least the thought of him.
On the day I was set to meet him, I couldn't rest. I was anxious, nervous and exciting. I spent most of the day sorting out my hair, shopping for clothes to wear and chatting with my girlie friends. As the time approached, my nerves grew stronger and stronger to the point where I almost cancelled. Fortunately, one of my friends calmed me down and I made it to the bar where I would meet him.I arrived pretty much on time and a wave of nerves hit me again as I walked through a bar full of strangers to try and see him. My first thoughts were that he'd bailed on me. I ordered a drink from the bar and sat down on one of the bar stools while I waited. At least ten minutes must have past when I spotted a man that looked similar to my online love sitting one of the tables nearby. He hadn't spotted me so I nervously made my way over to him. As I got closer, I started to realise that the guy looked much older than his profile pictures. My fantasy was already starting to collapse. As I introduced myself, he spoke over me with the most irritating voice I had ever heard. Something about his tone just didn't work with me. I wanted to cry. My expectations couldn't have been further from the truth. There was an instant disassociation with my feelings. Months of fantasy and endless hours online disappeared in flash. I was devastated. A gut wrenching feeling returned to my stomach, but this time is wasn't the same as before. I just wanted to throw up. After he'd introduced himself and I shook his clumsy hand, I made an excuse to head straight for the ladies toilets where I needed several minutes to catch my breath. When I returned, I sat down with him and went through our date but all the time knowing that I didn't want to ever see this man again. I never did.
Months after the event, I wondered what went so wrong so I did a bit of research for myself and thought I'd share my findings here for others to learn from.I discovered that I had built up a fantasy about a non-existent person in my head. What I had fallen for wasn't the guy but my interpretation of him. I knew nothing about him really even though we had chatted so much. The bulk of rapport building with someone comes through the physical traits and to do this, we need to be with that person. The person's voice is also key as much of what we communicate verbally is in the tone of our voice rather than the content. It just so happens that my date that day had a voice I associated with one of my ex's that was physically violent towards me and that triggered a whole host of negative feelings. Combined with my strong expectations, this was a recipe for disaster as I'd instantly programmed my brain to dislike him without even knowing it.
Looking back at the time, the guy I met in the bar wasn't actually all that bad. He didn't look as old as I thought and my judgement was impulsive. I think he actually would have been a really nice man.My advice for anyone dating online is to keep a strong detachment from the person you're chatting to and not to make any assumptions until you meet them. If at all possible, speak to them on the phone first. Get to hear their voice as its one fundamental piece in the puzzle. If the voice fits, then it should make everything else easier. Don't spend too much time chatting to them online. This only serves to build up an illusion filled with false expectations. Keep contact minimal until you meet face to face.I learned my lesson the hard way, but the next few times were much easier and I'm now in a relationship with someone I met online.