Meet women online

You want to meet women online, and you hope that the dating website that you are a member of will be the key to finding someone with who you’re compatible. Online dating can certainly give you the exposure that you need to attract other single people, but you need to learn how to keep a woman interested in you once you’ve captured that person’s attention. There are sure-fire ways that you can attract your ideal lady online; post a flattering photograph of yourself, list in your profile that you’re a talented chef, and you’ll attract a lot of positive attention!
There are also destructive moves that you can make that will have the opposite effect. You never want to push the right people away from you. If you don’t present yourself well online, then you might never get a chance to attract and keep the right love mate. Here are some things that you should never ever do if you want to meet women online.

Portray yourself as desperate and needy

Desperation never attracted anyone for very long. Even though showing signs of your desperation to get a date might attract some pity and sympathy in your direction, it won’t inspire many serious women to date you. Many women are attracted to men who are open with their feelings but who are also self-confident. When someone is desperate for food, they will eat the first morsel of food that they can get their hands on, even if it’s not healthy food. The same could probably be said for someone who is desperate for companionship.

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Your first focus with regard to dating should be on building a healthy and compatible partnership. Putting yourself out there as someone who is desperate for a girlfriend and you don’t care who responds to your online dating ad is the wrong approach. I want to be with someone who wants to date because he feels we’re a great match and enjoys spending time with me, not because he’s lonely and doesn’t want to be alone. Shouldn’t you want the same for yourself? Few women would feel special and flattered if they knew that the only reason they were chosen was that you felt panicky and desperate to have someone in your life. Desperation is a turn-off, and no one will take you seriously if you don’t approach the online dating process the right way.

Act conceited and divisive

It’s nice to have confidence, especially when you’re pitching your qualities to someone else. Conceit, on the other hand, is not an admirable personality trait to possess. Bragging about yourself and how many relationships you have had is likely to turn a potential partner away from wanting to get to know you. Who wants to be compared to anyone else’s former relationships? Online dating is about starting over with a clean slate. At least, that is what it’s supposed to be about.

Use your profile to share your interests, but it’s important to be humble. You don’t need to list all of your professional and personal accomplishments. Your member profile is not the place to share your political views and disrespect other people. The other members of the dating site don’t need to know about what you and your ex-girlfriend fought about when you were together, and they also don’t need to know that you like to cyberstalk your ex’s social media accounts. List a few of your interests on your online dating profile and share more about your life and what you’re looking for with other members of the site through private messages. Be sure to ask your date questions about their likes, dislikes, and goals.

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Act overly suggestive and inappropriate

Unless you’re joining a hooking up dating site where your main goal is to meet people who want to have casual flings with you, don’t use your dating profile to creep out other members of the site. If you’re not looking for a serious connection then there are plenty of sites online that you can join for NSA fun.

You should also refrain from listing details on your online profile about your fantasies and favorite role plays. The women you connect with online shouldn’t have to wonder if you’re a sleazy predator who is solely on the site to have no strings attached to sexual encounters. That private x rated pics of yourself that you’re just dying to show to someone? Do yourself (and the dating site’s other members) a favor and keep your naughty pics to yourself.  At least, keep them to yourself for now. Once you have built a rapport with the person or persons who you connect with through online dating, it might be okay to reveal more of yourself to them if they show you signs that they are fine with that. You risk pushing someone away if you act lewdly and crudely. Be respectful and be presentable when you interact with someone online as well as when you interact with them offline. If you act overly sexual and suggestive online, the dating site admins might delete your profile and ban you from the website completely. Play it safe and be respectable.

When you take yourself seriously, single women will be inspired to take you seriously too. Be confident, but be humble. Online dating requires taking a few risks; you’re putting yourself out there and making it known that you’re single, you’re looking, and you really hope that things work out. In a way, you’re being vulnerable and courageous at the same time when you look for love online. But just like how you wouldn’t want to mess up your chance to accomplish a dream of yours when you finally get close to achieving your goal, you shouldn’t do silly things that will diminish your chances of finding success through online dating. Following these tips will help you to improve your chances of meeting women online.

Akua is a Canadian born and raised girl with Caribbean roots. She is a journalist, actress, music teacher, performer, owner and marketer of 3 worldwide dating websites, as well as an independent Pure Romance business owner selling passion products for singles and couples.

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