11% of women surveyed met their current partner online, and 67% of women in relationships are ready to look for a new partner online if they break up with their current partner.
Online dating rules
1. NETIKET OR NET ETIKETTE
Be polite. Is always. Even if you don't like the look of someone who wants to meet you, write at least something like "Thank you very much, but no." Active correspondence increases the popularity of your profile on dating sites. In addition, politeness and conciseness will not give a reason for a nervous, unlucky boyfriend to annoy you because of a refusal.
2. NEVER SHOW YOUR FULL NAME
You do not need to publish your full name, date of birth, address of residence in your profile. Limit yourself to the city. Fraudsters can use your data, and the most innocent thing is hacking into your mail or collecting money on your behalf from your friends.
3. ASK FOR A PHOTO OF THE INTERVIEWER
Scammers often use photos of actors or models. Check the resulting photo through a Google image search or on the Tineye website www.tineye.com. If someone else's photo slipped you, politely end the correspondence with this person, he is lying to you.
Bonus for users of Russian social networks. If a man, five minutes after the start of dating, sends you a personal photo of his member, silently ban him and immediately inform the site administration with a link to the profile.
4. CORRESPOND VIA THE PRIVATE MESSAGE SERVICE ON THE DATING SITE
Don't give out your mail. Not to mention annoying letters, you can learn a lot about you from it. The dating service still assumes confidentiality, and you can always ban an annoying boyfriend or delete your profile. No work email.
Most dating sites raise their profiles of active users to the top of the rating, which increases your chances.
Meet only in public places
The first date should be held where there are a lot of people, from where you can leave at will. Let your friends know where you've gone and who you're meeting with, keep your phone on.
And remember, you don't have to make the decision to continue the relationship right after the first meeting. Take a break for a day or two to consider if you really want to continue.