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Even if you don’t want to move, you may meet someone who would be willing to relocate just to be with you. ” —Kathryn Lord, author of “To get a decent number of responses, you must post a picture.When I was on in 1998, I did a search within 500 miles of where I was living. Would you want to meet up with someone not having any clue what they look like? Most of them get hurt, give up and never go back to it. But if you pace yourself, you’ll lessen your odds of burnout—and increase your odds of success.” —Bev Bacon, author of down-to-earth, show you’re funny or down-to-earth by sharing a story about a time you were one of those things. It might be tempting to stare at the screen for four hours at a stretch, but anything in excess is usually a bad thing. We all know those gung-ho people who start exercise regimens and overdo it that first week.A woman who posts a picture of her kissing a pixie dog is saying, ‘You are going to compete with a dog for my affections!’ Many women who don’t have kids post photos of themselves holding babies, which suggests you’re a single mom.This will help fill your profile with lines that are so unique they could only be written by you, and that will help you stand out from the crowd.” —Evan Marc Katz, founder of and author of “When you send out your initial email to someone, give the subject line some sex appeal.

Place a glass container of water, pebbles, and three sticks of bamboo to the left of your PC. And since romance is signified by pairs of things, get a pair of candles for your workspace.Instead of meeting for a looooong dinner on that first date, meet for a drink or cup of coffee instead.If you enjoy someone’s company, you can always extend the date—but if it’s obvious it’s not a love connection, you can guzzle your drink and be outta there within a half hour!When I was online dating, I met plenty of guys who would say, ‘Whew, you won’t believe some of the horrible online dates I’ve had lately’ and then they’d go into excruciating detail.It was like once they met someone they clicked with, they immediately felt the need to share all those bad experiences. ” —Cherie Burbach, author of “Keep in mind that you’re not just writing a profile that captures who you are; you are writing a profile to appeal to a potential love match.

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