Though the numbers don't necessarily reflect actual users, they're good indications of each specific site's popularity.
In addition to these services, popular search terms for Yahooligans included "Christian dating," "cougar dating site" (yeah, we know) and "plenty of phish dating." That last one must be a common misspelling of website Plentyof Fish ...
unless we're unaware of a dating site specifically for fans of the rock band. Share your recommendations in the comments section.
Whether you're focused on your career, haven't found the right person or are simply exploring relationship options tailor-made for the digital age, online dating can be a great step toward improving your love life.
There's certainly no shortage of services for web-savvy daters.
Between Ok Cupid, a site especially popular among Millennials, and newcomer Tinder, an app geared more toward flings, you're bound to find a match somewhere.
But where are other eligible bachelors and bachelorettes looking for romance? S.-based Internet users searched for on Yahoo within the past 30 days.
Searches primarily came from Kentucky, West Virginia and Arkansas, with 67% coming from men.
With its behavioral matchmaking algorithms, Zoosk guarantees that you'll "date smarter." That promise has attracted the most searches from states Wyoming, Nebraska and Iowa — 71% of which are from men.
Based in Santa Monica, Calif., e Harmony is perhaps most recognizable from its TV spots featuring successful matches.
Searches this month for Ok Cupid skewed male — 68% came from men.
Top states included Vermont, Rhode Island and New Hampshire.