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Maybe you're not looking to date and figure out what you like.
Maybe you have already dated a lot and know exactly who you're looking for. You want the reader to feel like they know what it would be like to hang out with you just by reading about you.
"That gives you enough time to figure out if you have enough chemistry to at least carry on a conversation.
If it feels like you're pulling teeth just to keep the convo going, that's probably a good indication that meeting in person isn't worth either of your time.
Maybe you know what you want, and are ready to find a lasting connection.
Don't worry about who you'll offend by stating that.
Their advice varied, but almost all of them agreed on one thing: Be yourself.
Nearly every expert pointed out that being your authentic self from the very beginning, on your profile, starting with what you say and how you say it, are the beginning of really finding love — not just playing around, going on dates and hooking up.
But dating online has a particularly bad rap, especially in the age of Tinder, where "sup" is a complete sentence and dudes you wouldn't want to meet in a dark alley (much less a bar or coffee shop) are lurking beyond each swipe. Sometimes, though, it can seem unlikely that this particular experience could happen to you.
But it happens every day: Two people meet online, decide to hang in real life, have a good time together and do it again. With that in mind, I asked eight experts how to find a partnership online.