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We have added every detail we could think of, including our puppy's favorite toy. So, we have been in the online dating game for a bit now. Our smoking hot, "to die for" dating profile is up.
Also try to keep most of them casual.- Do not use photos that look "Photoshopped" or from a studio.It's the only picture we have up, and we have our favorite drink in our hand.Even better, since the chick probably wants to see our body, we have our shirt pulled up to show our "not-so-defined" abs as well. Because we are nice guys pretending to be cool to get women. We're consistently blasting out roughly 100 different messages by copying and pasting the same, "Hey beautiful, what's up? Yes, we get the occasional message back, but we still really struggle to get anything decent. Our typical conclusion is she's a player or into the "bad boys" who are more ripped than we are.After we conducted a field survey consisting of 25 different, highly-engaged women from the online dating world, the results were very clear. She finally finds a decent guy who seems alright, so she starts to message him exclusively. We want to show them a man not only capable of keeping a relationship, but also a guy their mom or dad would love for them to be with.We got past the initial responses and really dug into the reality of the situation. All the messages that come in while she's talking to him just get pushed to the side and never read. Guys, a lot is going on in that story, and we definitely have heard it more than once before. You need to start attracting women who are looking for something more than just meeting random guys.
They tend to have a good "sixth sense."They know what is real and what isn't. Stop running from who you are, and you will discover who you're truly supposed to be. This leads us to another common issue: Along with the roughly 25 plus messages she receives each and every day, she is also balancing all those conversations with work, school, cooking dinner and walking the dog. This will lead to those conversations getting pushed to the back burner initially. She filters them out, often by profile picture, and also if the message made her smile. It most likely isn't you (unless you're not being yourself).