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"It's like being in more than one social circle." She suggests joining one mainstream site (say, e Harmony or Match.com) as well as one niche service, such as Cupidtino, which brings Apple-product obsessives together, or the unapologetically elitist Sparkology (the site's men—but not its women! "Changing sites from time to time, and then revisiting, is the best strategy," says Davis. Ace Your Profile"Your user name is going to inspire them to click," says Davis, who suggests a terminology mash-up (e.g., Sporty Smile)."Never include your name or even initials." Keep your About Me section positive and fun, the way you'd ideally come across at a cocktail party.At 30, after a breakup that involved spotting her boyfriend draped around another woman, digital strategist Amy Webb decided to try meeting men online.
Play the Field"It's important to be in more than one community," Davis says.So, in short, it’s okay to laugh, but keep the rest of your message grammatical and punctuated.Although the data shows this advice holds true for both sexes, it’s mostly directed at guys, because they are way more likely to talk about looks.At first, Webb thought that women who used opening lines such as "I'm a fun-loving girl that enjoys…" and "I'm a laid-back girl who wants…" were dumbing down.But such lightweight openers are disarming, approachable.