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Learn The Ins & Outs of Online Dating

  • Feb 22, 2014 · 12:00 PM
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If you’ve dated online for any amount of time, you’ve quickly learned that it’s a time consuming and sometimes frustrating process. You send out messages and receive very few or even no responses. You get messages from people that fall well outside of your search criteria. It doesn’t take long before you either delete your profile or give up.




That’s where I come in. My job is to help you avoid the common pit falls involved with the OKCupids and Match.coms of the internet.

This 45-60 minute session will get you up to speed on:

·  How to get more views to your profile

o  Why you need to fill out or complete all fields pertaining to your basic details

o  The importance of key words, which is fast becoming a popular way for people to find more suitable/compatible matches

o  Profile maintenance and why it needs to be done regularly

·  Picture selection

o  How many photos should I use?

o  What types of pictures should I post?

o  Why types of photos shouldn’t I post?

·  How to craft the initial message to a potential match

o  How long should the messages be?

o  Why do so many people send messages like, “Hey” or “How are you?”

o  Things you should avoid in your initial emails

o  Why you should avoid asking questions in your initial introductory email.

o  Are the cut and paste messages really that bad?

o  Should you follow up with someone if they don’t respond?

·  How to avoid online dating burn out

o  How many messages should be exchanged before an offline meeting is suggested?

o  Who should initiate scheduling a date?

o  The Texting Vortex and how to avoid it

·  The pros and cons of sending “cold call” messages to people who do not initiate some form if interest first.

·  How can I stop hearing from so many people I’m not interested in dating?

We’ll also leave 15 minutes at the end of the teleclass for specific questions from teleclass attendees.

*Length of the teleclass depends on the size of the group. Plan for the teleclass to last about an hour.



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