After sharing a bit about yourself and what your ideal partner would look like, you’re finished and free to browse profiles.
Custom Tags also provide an easy point-of-reference to check your compatibility with other members.
What is Included in Each Membership Level The Numbers Game of Dating As I mention in my online dating e-book, just like the real world, there will be men or women who you will not click with or who don’t respond to your messages (or just disappear).
There will be men or women who might only be interested in helping you to part with your hard-earned cash. Just keep sending out messages and reach out until you find the person you are looking for and get success.
As is typical with online dating, expect a response rate of around 1-10% depending on how good your profile is.
How to Communicate with Other Members When it comes to communicating with other members on Russian Cupid, the only real value lies in upgrading to a premium account.
As a free member, there are a few different options available for communicating with other free members: sending interest, adding as a favorite, visiting their profile, and sending a message (that they won’t be able to read).
Nevertheless, if you speak some Russian (speaking Russian is a HUGE advantage as many women don’t speak English), have some decent conversation skills and a tremendous work ethic, you will be in a good position to attain success in Russia.
Your best success with online dating in Russia will be in Moscow and Saint Petersburg.
Overall, the site is great but only useful for those who speak Russian and/or plan to be in Russia soon.
Most of the people on the site do not speak English and are not interested in traveling to meet their matches. You can link to one of your social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, or Vkontakte), or you can enter your email address, full name, location, birthday, gender, and what gender you are looking to meet.
I was a long time member of one of the sister sites of Russiancupid.com, Afrointroductions.com, while I was living in both Mauritius and South Africa as an expatriate. Russian Cupid used to be known as Russian but was gobbled up by the Cupid Media Network and given a re-haul.