How to maintain your online dating conversation?

How to maintain your online dating conversation?

So you went through the unpleasant “first contact” online dating stage. They replied: congratulations, everyone is onboard and willing to work! You sent the first message!

Well, now what? Remember you need to be likable to maintain your online dating conversation…

It can be difficult to hold a conversation with someone you don’t know YET and who doesn’t sit over your table. You want to be fun, interesting and flirtable while being seen as serious, intelligent and reliable, right?

This is a huge task to achieve with just a few messages! What makes it more difficult, you know? Is it worth finding out, that you don’t know still what makes them tick?

You want advice as to how to start an interesting conversation to tell you if this person should be out of line and if you find yourself stuck in one message.

Question 1.
Almost everyone likes to talk about themselves, make sure to ask about your partner too! Simple questions are a sure fireplace for keeping a conversation online. The more they reply, the more fuel you have to talk to. Better still, it was just by flattering her ego that you won some major points (even if it is only a bit).

This is also a good indicator to know if a valuable match has been found. Well, if they still haven’t asked you the fundamentals after asking them a lot of questions, you may be pretty sure they are self absorbed and not the least interested in learning about it all.

2. Get the flirtation on
Flirting is fun, but you have to be slower than usual when you do it online. Since your partner cannot see you or the signals you send out, it can be a huge turnaround to flirt too early in an online exchange. Do not start talking about adult toys immediately or send her a “selfie” in the fitness center all of the time after the exercise. Make sure your pre-meet messages only have a lick of sass added.
Turning back to the old good questions, give your questions a touch of spice instead of asking them a bit dull, like what did you eat for lunch?

3. Be fair 3.
It can be easy to exaggerate or to make yourself look better if you’re almost messaging anonymously. Don’t! Don’t do it! Don’t do it! On the one hand, because it will be awkward if you ever meet, and on the other, it is humane (and often endearing).

“I’m shorter than you must be expecting, but what I lack in height, I make it up for in exaggeration” if you’re not proud of your height.

Make your faults a joke you can both laugh at – they’ll share your faults more often, so when you meet, you don’t get particular surprises.

4. Know when to remove it (line)
Don’t push your luck even if you enjoy online messages. Before it fizzles out, know when you can take offline your virtual connection. It’s about meeting face to face, listening to your voice, drinking in your smell and touch.

My experience is that it is best to meet earlier than later, as before, and you both have an air of mystery about yourself. After all, you want your first day, not your 10th anniversary, to feel like a first date, right?

In the case of women:

Do not be negative. Do not be negative. Opening “I am so sick of dating online…” will make you look anxious… And like you did that too long. And just like that too.

I’m supportive of his photo. Don’t make any jokes that photo shopping is a very sensitive thing for the male ego!

In the Gents’ case:

Don’t go. Don’t go. Don’t go. Men here are the worst offenders – don’t talk about the size of ANYTHER until you at least know (and bought a few) what her favorite beverage is!

Keep it fun and light. Don’t write lengthy essays on yourself that seem to be extremely interesting but may not be easy for you to answer. Stick to light, flirtable subjects.

There you have it! Hope you learned a lot on how to talk to your crush online. Make sure to check out the best filipino dating website www.filipinos2meet.com , its the best place to meet your loved one!

How to maintain your online dating conversation?
How to maintain your online dating conversation?