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It’s rare that I go on a date and not get a call for a second date.
I know a few dozen couples who met—and got married—after meeting on Match.com, and several others who met on Ok Cupid, Plenty of Fish, e Harmony, JDate, Tinder, and others.
Also, as someone who used to write people’s dating profiles (and still does sometimes), the way you market yourself is everything, so run your profile (and pictures) by a friend before posting it.
By using her innovative research and tips as a guide, more men will ask to see you again ; then you can do the selecting, rather than wondering if they’ll call.
Because information is power, this book will make your first hello a lasting one.
” conversations can we possibly have, only to end in never hearing from the person again or our not being interested?