Browsing All Posts published on »July, 2011«

Online Dating Safety Tips

July 25, 2011


For the past two months, I’ve tried to provide you with as many helpful strategies, tips and advice that I could about online dating. Up until this point, we’ve discussed how online dating can statistically increase your chances of meeting someone great, how to create an amazing profile and how to weed out people who […]

Your Weeding-Out System

July 21, 2011


Now that you’ve gotten your online profile up, you’re going to be eager to use the online dating sites you’ve chosen (and remember, you should have a profile up on at least two different dating websites). People are going to be contacting you and/or you are going to want to start contacting others but before […]

“Selling” yourself in 25 words or less

July 12, 2011


Now that you’ve done the really hard work (getting your pictures taken, getting some friends to help you figure out your greatest personality traits and writing your online profile), this last step in the process will seem pretty easy and simple. But simple does not equate to unimportant. Today I’ll be discussing how to create […]

You’re probably more interesting than you realize

July 8, 2011


Hopefully by now, you’ve done your homework from last week and are ready to move onto the next step of writing your online profile. I remember when I first posted my profile online. I put a whole bunch of information that I felt really explained who I was and who I was looking for. I […]

It’s time to write

July 5, 2011


After completing steps one and two, you are now ready to do the actual writing of your profile. Go through the two online dating sites that you’ve chosen and see what kinds of questions will be required of you. Each site is different so you’ll want to take notes on the kinds of questions and […]

Your Online Profile: Step Two

July 1, 2011


Now that’s you’ve done the initial work of ¬†gathering the information you need for your online profile, you need to figure out which sites you are going to join. The advice I give my clients is that usually two is best, but don’t join more than three. More than three will be too overwhelming and […]