Many singles turn to online dating websites because they’re tired of bad dates suggested by friends, family and coworkers and are ready to take matters into their own hands. Others use online dating websites specifically for their computer matching services which offer suggestions of potential partners based on complicated algorithms that are fueled by lengthy questionnaires. But with many of the top computer matching services requiring singles to invest around an hour into creating their profile, it’s not surprising that busy singles are skeptical of making such a time investment without truly knowing whether these systems work. Moreover, compatibility matching dating sites often cost more than traditional sites that allow singles to find their own matches, leaving many singles wondering whether they are worth the added investment. Continue reading Do Online Dating Matching Systems Work?
If you are registered with a dating website, you must be aware of how difficult it is to go through a number of profiles and shortlist a few from them. Some profiles attract with a dashing pic but the inside information makes us reject them. And, the ones that do not have attractive display pictures automatically get rejected.
Now think of other people who face similar issues when they visit your profile. Some may find your profile picture really nice, however a boring, sulking or whining bio will turn them off. Or some may simply ignore your profile because your display pic just doesn’t catch their eye. Continue reading How To Write a Good Dating Profile That Is Impressive
It’s more common than ever to meet people online before you meet them in person. The internet has changed the way we date – but has it changed how we view our first date as well?
If you’ve met a woman online and you’re about to meet up for real, it’s worth looking out for the following signals. They could help you figure out whether the date is going well or not. Continue reading How to Tell If Your Internet Date is into You
A marriage is supposed to last forever, but we all know life doesn’t always turn out how we expect. Things change and so do we; it doesn’t mean you have to give up on love. Getting a divorce is an incredibly traumatic and draining process. But once you’ve got through it, when is the right time to start dating again?
Well the answer is… there isn’t one. Sorry, but only you know when you’re ready to get back into the dating game. The most important thing to remember is not to rush into anything. You’re unlikely to be searching for another marriage so soon, so now is the time to relax and enjoy being on your own! But there are a few steps to take when you’re ready to start online dating after divorce: Continue reading Online Dating After Divorce – Getting Back into the Game
We all know immediately when a date isn’t working out. There are awkward pauses, uncomfortable silence and the feeling that we would be better off at home, alone in our pajamas watching whatever was on television. But sometimes, after meeting someone particularly special on a dating site, the date will go great. The two of you are engaged and energetic and really seem to enjoy each other’s company. At the end of the date there are promises to get together soon. And then nothing. Nothing happens. Your phone doesn’t ring. Your email box remains empty. You scour your memory of the night of the date trying to recall if you said or did anything wrong. But your conscious is clear. Continue reading Why Your Dating Site Date Won’t Call
Anyone who’s done some online dating knows that there are a lot more than three things to look for, but women look for three things first. These three things define what women want in a potential mate. They also affect how many dates the man will get, how good those dates will be, and how good of a match the women who contact him will be to his personality and preferences. What are these top three crucial things? Continue reading The 3 Things Women Look For in Online Dating
I would have never thought that any type of online dating video site would ever take off, but if the production value of the profile videos were as good as the guy in the dating video above, then perhaps this is the type of edge that can give a regular guy an advantage over the better looking 1% of guys in the online dating pool and help online video dating really take off. Continue reading How an Online Dating Video Can Set You Apart
The Mail Online published an interesting online dating article recently about a new University research study which compares the attractiveness of a man’s online dating profile picture and his profile text. The results were interesting, though I’m not that surprised at their findings.
Basically, the study got together one hundred male dating profiles and broke them up into groups of 25 based on either a guy’s picture OR his profile text. Then they had one hundred women rate either the profile photo or text of each, ensuring that no woman would rate both profile aspects for any particular man, making sure that there was no biased influence by having both picture and text in the same group. Continue reading Study Shows Attractive Men Also Have Confidently Written Dating Profiles
In the last post I talked about why it isn’t good to get caught up in a person’s particular online profile because of your own personal pet peeves. Today, I’d like to talk about something similar, not getting caught up in one person’s profile because you think they are the perfect match for you. There are a few dangers to this type of thinking and depending on the level compulsive interest, could be borderline obsessive, or dare I say, cyber stalking. Continue reading Cyber Stalking & Obsessive Online Dating
I was perusing YouTube and just happened to bump into a series of videos from a guy who goes by the user name TheWALOS who has made a series of videos called F@#% Off, Plenty Of Fish where he basically bitches and moans about what women put in their profiles. It’s a bit annoying in my opinion but take a quick look (I don’t blame you if you don’t watch the whole thing) then join me again below the video to read why this type of nit-picky pet peeve criticism will set back your online dating efforts.