JDate is the largest Jewish singles site, but for those interested in swimming in smaller ponds, below is a sampling of some of the other offerings on the web.
SawYouAtSinai -- the name coming from the midrashic aphorism that every Jewish person met his or her soulmate when we received the Torah on Mount Sinai -- is a site where users can fill out a profile, and then choose one or more matchmakers out of the 46 (four are from California) currently on the site to find a match for them.
The most successful matchmakers in the Jewish community don't want to talk romance.
His own romance "happened so long ago, there is really not much to say about it," Alon Carmel, the co-founder, of JDate.com, the largest Jewish online personals site, tells The Journal when asked for some personal tips of the romance trade.
Carmel's business partner, Joe Shapira, is even less inspiring.
My friend, Clark, is a 38-year-old entertainment executive who enjoys the services of two full-time matchmakers.
"They're always on the lookout for someone special for me. They call it scoping for ladies," he said with a laugh. And who wouldn't be doing the same? Clark is intelligent, witty and handsome. I, for one, find it remarkable he's still unattached.