How to not let a little rejection stop you from finding your Mr. Right!
You finally attempt online dating. You did your best to make sure your online profile was interesting and your pictures were attractive.
It’s been a week, but so far no one has tried to contact you. You start to question your decision to try online dating and begin to weigh your options against going to back to the usual bars and clubs. However, you can’t help but wonder what went wrong…
Online dating is a great tool. Figure out how to utilize it the right way here.
by Luba Tolkachyov, for GalTime.com
how to make your online dating profile stand out
Finding that special someone can be frustrating, and many people use online dating and matchmaking sites to open up doors to new possibilities. There are literally millions of people out there looking for their soulmates, and an online profile might help them find you!
Here are some tips on how you can maximize your profile – and find someone great.
POF.com Founder Markus Frind has been the catalyst for plenty of weddings and babies via his website
POF.com is the world's largest online dating site and its founder Markus Frind has seen and heard it all. Based on his experiences being a major player in the online dating industry, Frind shared his top five tactics for converting an online interest to offline partnership.
1. What are the best tips for moving online connections to offline?
We all know by now that online dating is a modern and widely accepted way to meet people. We can search for soulmates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We can post a picture of ourselves at our best yet be sitting behind the computer searching for studs while we are wearing last night’s hair and makeup and sporting our unsexiest jammy jams. Fabulous!
Want to email that cute guy, but don’t know what to say? Read on!
Because emailing a man is nothing more than starting a conversation, you may think, "Why not?" However, once you decide to email an interesting guy, you may find yourself thinking, "What do I say to him?"
Having an online identity isn't as taboo as it may seem. Read to find something that works for you!
by Vered Avrahami, for GalTime.comPreviously, I've discussed the simple ways you can use the Web to reach an audience and get a business idea off the ground. Now that you're in business, we're going to discuss how the Web can ease up some of the pressures that running a business has added to your daily life.
Beware these dating traps! Insti(Gay)tor tells all and gives you 6 tips on how to avoid them.
“Why does dating have to be so hard?” That is the question that most of my clients always seem to ask during our initial consultation process. Nobody really teaches us how to date. Most of us learn by years of trial and error, some of us learn by observing and others are still in the process of trying to figure out what works for them. They say hind sight is 20/20 but even then, sometimes we find ourselves getting caught up in some of these infamous dating traps that keep us on our search for finding “The One.”
You are on your date, sitting in front of your date, you ordered something to drink, and now what?
Before going out on your first date you should write down a few questions you could ask your date in case the conversation will get stuck. People who go often on dates usually know by heart their list of questions and they draw them out at the correct moment in great skill. You might need to get some practice, but thereís no better time to start practicing than today!
Here are some first date questions:
1. What do you do for a living?
2. Do you have any brothers or sisters? Are you close to each other?
One story of dating profile dishonesty...and the lessons learned.
“So, I have already seen your pics, describe yourself to me.”
She wanted to know more about me, so I must have intrigued her some.
“Well, I’m about 6’4” and about 225lbs.” I wrote, “And as you can tell by the pics I am not hard on the eyes. I absolutely LUV online poker and I do a lot of writing.”