Among very traditional Jews, matchmaking is still an option.
Families live close together in small neighborhoods, since observant Jews do not drive on the Sabbath and must be within walking distance of the house of worship, called a synagogue or temple.
Beshert is another site that's been around for a while.
It lets members respond to messages without paying a monthly fee.
Here's a brief overview, including a look at some of the more modern ways of meeting fellow Jews.
This site is committed to connecting Orthodox Jews.
More observant Jewish people may choose to limit sexual contact until the relationship is serious, or until they are married.
For some, this extends even to holding hands and kissing.
The problem, for people who consider it important to marry Jewish, is there are so many chances to meet, and fall in love with, people of other faiths.
It's not uncommon for young Jewish men and women to date non-Jews, even become involved in serious relationships and then realize they don't want commit to someone who does not share their traditions. It's very common for Jewish parents to try to "fix up" their children.