There's a good chance the problem isn't you -- it's your profile.
We enlisted the help of Laurie Davis, online dating coach and founder of e Flirt Expert, a dating consulting service, to learn the art of marketing your online personality.
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So it’s absolutely critical that you DO NOT send another dating e-mail until you've read every single word on this page! You Just Need To Know HOW TO DO IT and guess what ...there are two simple reasons why 97% of guys aren't successful in meeting the women they want to online: 1) They don't understand how women think!
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Davis says you want to make your profile skim-friendly; having it organized as the site intends facilitates this practice. Choose Your Pronouns Carefully If you're describing your ideal mate, do not refer to him as "you." "It comes off a little disingenuous because they get that you're talking to so many different people at the same time," says Davis. According to Davis, that particular line is a great way to communicate that you're not so confident about the experience you're about to have.
"It can sound over the top." Read the following out loud: . If you must use clichés, Davis advises making them more specific: say which wines you like, your favorite comedians, or recall some very specific experience you had on a trip. Don't Provide A Laundry List Of Things You Don't Want "No ultimatums," says Davis.
Davis, 29, lives in New York and we find her especially credible for having turned a Twitter flirtation of her own into a serious relationship. Choose The Right Site Before you actually start your profile (or redo it, as the case may be) you should make sure you're on the best dating site for you.
"A dating site is only as good as the matches on it for you," says Davis.