Internet dating goes behind bars
She had two interesting things to say right off the bat: "Don't ever say 'hi'! In fact, she says guys are usually impressed with a girl who reaches out first.
That's way too casual for someone you've never met before! Though I’ve never been shy about starting off with a flirty one-liner, it was reassuring to know that dudes won’t be turned away from a forward gal. Be Selective About Photos Davis started cutting my photos right away—in fact, she was a little appalled when she saw I had 15 photos up on Match.
(Full disclosure here: It helps to be a dating writer.
I changed my paragraph to shorter, quicker things about me and got specific.I thought I kind of already knew how to pick really good photos and write a sweet (but sassy!) summary, but Davis tore my profiles apart on each site. Never Say "Hi" When we were sitting at this dark bar—full of attractive dudes, I might add—Davis asked to see some messages I wrote to guys. Be Proactive The other thing that I found interesting about messaging was that Davis doesn’t see any reason to make the guy do the work." I could tell my patience was wearing thin, so I enlisted the help of online dating coach Laurie Davis, CEO of e Flirt Expert.She wrote the self-help book where she gives tips on how to get more clicks—and thus, more dates! Oh, and she also took the time to have a glass of wine with me and give some really critical and helpful advice about my profiles.