Internet dating doesn work for men
Write to more Indian men and your response rate should go up by 15%.As far as age goes, I think it goes without saying that men prefer younger women if they want to start families.And now you want to know when the payoff is going to come. Since I don’t know you at all, I’m just going to be objective and theorize why you might not be doing as well as you’d like.1. In this famous Ok Cupid blog post, Ok Cupid takes great pains to illustrate that while women think that 80% of men are BELOW AVERAGE in attractiveness, men actually have a fair appraisal of women’s attractiveness.
For me I wanted to talk with a guy for a couple weeks before considering meeting IRL, so those too pushy or not interesting enough to make the conversation last that long lost out.
As you might guess I am a guy with absolutely no success with online dating. edit: thanks for the responses, I'm thinking I should focus my energy on women in real life since online is not working for me.
I feel like I would probably be happier if I just stopped trying. In the end, you are the only one who can decide where your effort is best focused because you're the one who'll be putting in the effort. I prefer to just go up to someone you're not attractive OR you don't make a ton of money. I'm hardly the most attractive guy ever (very average IMO, maybe a little below), and while I hardly ever get messages from girls, if I decide to message them, it's very rare that I downright get ignored.
Your chance of getting a date with a woman that messages you first are a lot higher than the other way around. It's not necessarily useless, but I've long believed that a man throws a good deal of his advantage away when opting to use online dating services.
There's nary a man alive who comes across better on paper than he does in person...unless he's a serial killer, or something. When I was online dating few things turned me off more than a man who spelled poorly, typed with bad structure, etc.and I’ve been very, very careful to use all of your tips, and I read your blog faithfully. I feel like I’m the ONE outlier who can’t make your tips work for me.