January 28, 2016 Harriet Brookes

Top essential online dating tips

We gather all the best tips for the right and successful online dating for you. Follow carefully this steps and you will have the perfect online date 100%.

Online dating requires some courage and thoughtful planning. Use these tips to help navigate the realm of online dating. The reward at the end could very well be meeting that someone special you’ve been looking for.

As we always say…Create a compelling but honest profile. As tempting as it may be, don’t lie about your background or personality when you write your profile. “Honesty shows confidence and integrity. Somewhere down the line, the lie will come back to hurt you.

Avoid disclosing too much at once. Gradually reveal details as you get to know someone. And don’t post photos that are overly sexy. 😳 

Be prepared to reject and be rejected. “Don’t take a ‘No’ response from others personally. They could want someone who is a different age or lives in a different region. At the same time, feel free to say no to people you don’t want to meet

Google your potential dates. Don’t hesitate to search someone’s name on Google or social media such as Facebook or Twitter. “You can learn a lot. Often, people will put pictures on Facebook that look a lot different from the online dating photo. You’ll also learn about what interests them and who their friends are.

 

 

Don’t ignore the smaller sites. “Smaller niches with your interests are usually better because they don’t have quite as much of the ‘meat market’ feel”.

Choose the suitable site for you. A site that gives you matches might be good for someone consistently attracted to the wrong person.” If you prefer having control over your choices or know which qualities will or won’t suit you, you might prefer sites that let you choose whom to contact.

Get verifiable details through emails before you meet, such as a phone number. Use the site’s email system, not your private email – it can be traced back to you.

When you feel ready to meet, still remember that you’re meeting a stranger. If you’ve had a long period of email and phone exchanges, don’t be lulled into a false sense of familiarity or security.

Let a friend know who you’re meeting (provide the verifiable details you’ve collected such as their phone number), where you’re meeting, how to reach you and when you’ll be home.

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