They say that "like attracts like," so if you want to meet someone who is well-groomed, articulate, and interesting you first need to make sure your profile is of the same caliber.Post realistic but flattering photos, and write something about yourself that is intriguing and tells your suitors what you are passionate about and what makes you tick.(I'm talking about your cell phone number, your personal email address, your LIVING ADDRESS etc.) First of all, you're really able to tell a lot about a person based upon how he writes.So before you take the conversation to the phone, invest some time in reading his emails and profile.He is hoping to find a life partner that shares similar goals and values.The women that the marriage minded millionaire will date would usually be a bit closer to his age and experience level, and looking for the stability and security that this gentleman can provide.Email me at [email protected] chat," you can probably guess that he's emailed 100 other girls the same intro, and he's probably not the type who's looking to settle down anytime soon. When I was dating online, I had to spend two hours primping for a first meeting and then show up only to find "Brad Pitt" from the photo looking more like Kermit the Frog.On the other hand, if he asks you thoughtful questions about yourself or about something you wrote in your profile, or he tells you about his favorite things, his thoughts on the Civil War, or why he loves dogs but would never want a gerbil, read on! You can avoid daters who aren't serious by sending lots of photos back and forth while emailing and getting to know each other.
I hear complaints from people all the time regarding the quality of users they're hearing from, or the fact that they're rarely hearing from anyone at all, and without fail, each time I have checked out that person's profile, it's a train wreck!
Put simply, a quickly thrown-together profile with unflattering photos and misspellings of words like "Hi" (I have literally seen this spelled "Hie") is NOT going to cut it!
Putting your best foot forward can and will yield positive results when consistently applied.
We all remember in the movie 'Jerry Mc Guire' when Tom Cruise uttered those words 'you complete me', he found that last component in his life to make him happy.
Marriage minded millionaires are not as uncommon as one may think.