Women get discouraged because they know the messages they are receiving have been sent to hundreds of other women on the site.As the company’s visionary, Alex lives, breathes, and (much to the demise of this personal life) sleeps Sparkology.When not meeting with the press, revamping the website, or personally reaching out to our members, he spends his time fending off CPAs, attorneys, and bankers.
He loves entertaining guests both out on the town and on his sailing yacht, where speed is measured in champagne bottles per hour.
A romantic at heart, Alex appreciates a bottle of wine, a tango, and two-person hammock.
Dennis Hong is the creator behind the sites Musings On Life and Love and Lemon Vibe which are platforms for people to share life lessons…
Challenge: Message as many guys from POF in one day as I could using the briefest messages possible – and see how many quality responses I got back.
I Messaged 225 Men Just One Word From Their Online Dating Profile — And 73 Percent Replied(The following article first appeared on as part of the Sex/Love section on Thursday Feb.
While tactics vary, they will agree on the following: have no shame and keep moving from girl to girl until one sticks.
A major allure of online dating is that you can avoid the sleaze of the bar scene and get to know someone before wasting time on them.
But: Match.com, OKCupid, Plentyof Fish, and other ‘all-inclusive’ or free membership sites encourage men to play the numbers game online just like men do at a skeezy bar.
Interestingly, OKCupid admitted this fact on Decision: Any reasonably intelligent guy will pick Choice B.
This, of course, further ruins the system by adding even more spam messages and killing the experience for both genders.
Men get discouraged because most of their messages get ignored and dating becomes a hassle.