Line dating tips
“Limit the amount of people you are talking to at a time.
Studies show that if a person meets nine people, one of those people is likely to be a good possible match, and a person can only know that if they get past the first date, especially since most people do not experience chemistry on a first date,” says match-maker Amy Van Doran.
Many check out the identity of applicants before taking them onto their books, so at least you know that ‘John Smith’ is exactly who he says he is.
Figures released by Google say that in the last 12 months: • 52% of men and 48% of women have used the internet to find love • 53% of singles (59% men and 46% of women) say they intend to use the internet to meet someone in the future • 49% of men and 36% of women stated they would not curb their dating spending in a tight economy With such a growing market and more and more people using agencies (whether on-line or off-line), some normally sensible singles lose their head when it comes to affairs of the heart. Never reveal too many personal details about yourself. Never invite someone you have not met before to your home. Meet, perhaps, for a coffee at a mutually convenient venue. Unfortunately there is no Trade Association or Code of Practice for on-line dating agencies at this moment in time.
If you want to be a success with online dating your profile MUST have great photographs.
Your choice of photos will make the difference between them reading your profile or moving to the next person.
If in doubt, delete them If in doubt about a person you meet online, stay safe and move on.
As quick as it is to meet a person online it is to delete them.