Some of the more well-known websites for dating, however, are generic ones like eHarmony.com, Match.com, or the free site, OKCupid.
But, Julie Spira of CyberDatingExpert.com said you could also use a specialized site in this estimated 2.1 billion-dollar industry, CBS New reported.
"There are thousands of sites to pick from right now," Spira said.
If you happen to love politics, and you are very passionate about your particular party, you can join a niche site like Red State Date or Blue State Date, where you can find like-minded people, and you can be sure that you're not going to have an argument about politics on a date.
Or, you can find someone with similar religious beliefs. JDate and Christian Mingle are the dating sites for Jews and Christians.
There are also sites dedicated to diet and lifestyle, VeggieDate for vegetarians, or body type, like the Big and the Beautiful.
FarmersOnly.com is one of thousands of niche dating sites that have popped up on the web in recent years.
For those who are looking for others who share even more specific interests, the Atlasphere pairs Ayn Rand fans. And no Microsoft fans are allowed on Cupidtino, which brings together passionate Apple fans.
FarmersOnly.com caters to outdoorsy types "because city folks just don't get it."
There are also dating sites based on the type of relationship users are looking for.
SeekingArrangement.com aims to unite "sugar daddies" with "sugar babies," a.k.a. wealthier gentlemen who are willing to help finance a young woman's bills for companionship.
The online dating expert said that she'd like to remind online daters to have fun but remember to stay safe - meet at a public place, and tell friends about the date.