Everybodys doin it. CyberDating
is growing increasingly popular with people of all ages. Its
quick, easy and inexpensive. Thats why so many are wearing
their heart online. All of the major Web portals, without naming
names, are really just big pick-up joints for millions
of singles across the country.
There are a few tips to remember,
however, before taking the plunge into CyberDating:
You can weed out people not considered
ideal candidates for a date by their online responses. Ask questions
about hobbies, career, education, family relationships, political
interests, and other reasonably personal questions.
Theres a lot less pressure.
If you decide not to follow-up with somebody, you can always just
ignore incoming e-mails. Theres no need to make up some excuse.
Just click on delete and move on.
Online personals are much more convenient.
At a bar, people are pressed to find somebody within a certain time
range, between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 2:00 a.m., for example.
I am sure you have seen the "desperate hour" right before
closing at a singles type bar. Visitors to online personal sites
can browse a wide selection of candidates at their own convenience
in the middle of a Sunday afternoon.
There is a huge selection of singles
online. You can scan hundreds of photos and bios in a very short
period of time.
Its easier to custom-tailor
your search online. On Dateable.com, for example, we Romantic Writings
and other topical sections and forums where people with similar
interests can have stimulating conversations from the very beginning.
Ask if the dating service you are
thinking about using provides anonymous e-mail, so you don't have
to reveal your identity. Setting up a free e-mail account for that
purpose can protect your privacy if they do not provide anonymous