Love Empire Online Dating TipsWritten by Frank Duru
Finding your soul mate online is a wondrous thing; however, there is potential for danger. While you have access to a wide variety of people, you also have impending complication of meeting those who are not what they seem to be--there are some tips of trade, though, to help you become more discerning with your choices. These tips can help you stay safe and stay away from men and women who are not what you’re looking for.
Tip One: Start Slowly. There are all kinds of people on Love Empire; not all of these people, however, will be right for you. Take your time--if you meet someone and start up a conversation, proceed with discretion. The person at other end may not be who they claim to be; take your time and watch for inconsistencies or odd behavior. If something bothers you, simply walk away. Do not rush into any relationship without thinking first.
Tip Two: Protect Your Identity. One of benefits of dating online is that you can get to know someone based solely upon their personality and not deal with more social conscious real world. It is up to you to decide when and how you reveal who you really are--be careful, however. If someone receives your personal information, they could use it against you. If a member tries to pressure you into giving out your last name, email address, home address, phone number, place of work or any other identifying information, then walk away.
Tip Three: Use Common Sense. When speaking to someone through Love Empire, do not throw good judgment away simply because this is an online service. What may sound wonderful on screen can be masking something not so wonderful in reality. Use caution and do not fall in love with first profile you read. Take your time and go through all of your potential choices. Then, after you’ve researched enough, go from there. It is a common occurrence for people to “fall in love” after only one conversation. Do not do this! Retain your common sense and view online dating as you view real-world dating. You do not have to love every profile you read.
Tip Four: Request A Photo. If you meet someone, chat with them, and see beginning of a relationship forming, then you might want to request a photo. Often, this can tell you more about person than any email or instant message. First of all, it can keep them from lying about their looks; secondly, you will know if you’re attracted to them in physical sense; finally, if they continually refuse to send a photo, there might be a reason other than embarrassment. Proceed carefully.
Love Empire Dating Tip - Writing a Profile With SparkWritten by Frank Duru
A profile is an online representation of yourself so why not represent best parts of you? There are four areas of a profile that you should keep in mind: honesty, creativity, research, writing. By mastering these areas, you will be able to write an excellent and self-elevating profile that can capture anyone’s attention.
Part One: Honesty
Always be honest with readers of your profile; remember that you and others on site are searching for that special someone--how can a relationship grow when there is deceit from beginning? Speak candidly about who you are and what you are looking for. Then, at least you will know that, when someone messages you, they are genuinely interested. Putting up a pretense will only summon people who are interested in your lies; this will not build a solid relationship. Being honest doesn’t mean to be sell yourself short; you don’t have to dwell on your faults and misgivings. Showcase your good qualities (just don’t exaggerate).
Part Two: Creativity
Nothing can turn a potential relationship sour more than a dull profile. There are thousands upon thousands of people looking for exact same thing you are: a genuine connection. You must be able to catch their attention. Try to avoid using phrases like “Looking for Mr. Perfect” or “In Search Of That Special Lady” or descriptions like “hard-working”, “romantic” and “attractive”. These are all cliche and overdone. Spice your profile up with original ideas! Show off your strengths. Give your readers anecdotes or narratives that display you in a good light. Get yourself a thesaurus. As silly as this may sound, a thesaurus can help you avoid using words that have been used too many times before. Do not use letters to describe yourself; for example, SWF (single white female) can mean a variety of things to a variety of people. Don’t limit yourself to this.