You learn to avoid the red flag dates, especially where most of them are on crappy dating sites where all the bottom feeders and mouth breathers are. the types that like to argue for affirmation and validation (wow that was suffocating).
Some of the most successful people are the most messed up but you learn the red flags I talk about in other articles.
If you do decide to setup a profile on here then be sure to drop the for a membership versus free because there’s way too many people on there and you probably won’t be seen too often with so many others on there.
I wasn’t too interested in messaging people with a busy lifestyle so I set it and forget it to let the messages flow in.
If you’re looking for a pickup artist this isn’t the blog for you.
I’m not that kind of guy and don’t want to share my knowledge with people that aren’t looking for real. You’ll see by my chart of successful dating sites and apps ranked by the number of phone numbers varying quite greatly.
Honestly, dating has taught me so much that these days I only tend to meet the exact type of people I want to.
Its all about knowing what you want, going for it, and especially being up front about that without any sort of hidden agendas.
People on there were typically there for years and a little more on the entitled broken side. You can set a profile there but be prepared to get messaged from total randoms even with filters about wants. That said, the quality of POF aka Plenty of Fish is indeed plenty but if you only need one maybe avoid this site.
If you want to set yourself apart remember to have quality non-cheesy pictures that aren’t selfies and write positive things about interests and what you’re looking for.
I never bothered paying for an account on here and didn’t need to.
Don’t take crappy selfies in the bathroom by yourself.
I can’t tell you how many profiles where I read about women complaining about that.