Post a reasonably attractive picture, sell your life's resume, and wait for the solicitations to pour in.A few e-mails and a telephone call or two will allow your personality to work for you—a real plus.After a few seconds passed and all of our skin tones returned to a normal light pinkish color Carol responded: "Well, uh, we met online...that's right...online...the computer." Okay, so it was a pretty good impression of Annie Hall, but why all the fuss? Why are people embarrassed to admit they use this remarkable invention?Most people I've interviewed prefer online dating to the bar scene because online dating offers a better chance of getting a first date.This is just one example of why people should stick to the old-fashion way of meeting people face to face.Communicating online also tends to give way to mixed signals since a person can't read body language or facial expressions and conversations can often be misleading.
According to the report, on average, "people are 20 percent poorer then they say they are." To a lot of people, money isn't what's most important when it comes to dating.
Many claim that online dating also reduces the odds of being humiliated.
Makes sense; it's easier to endure rejection from afar rather than have someone laugh directly in your face.
But I do have a friend who refuses to post a picture for professional reasons and he rarely gets any reponses.
In fact, one woman admonished him for not posting a picture: "If I have to put one up there you should to," she said.
FYI: my female clients claim that it‘s a must for a woman to have a terrific picture to get online attention but it's not as important for a man to have one.