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Dating is, for the most part, online. While that makes it convenient in many ways, it also has some drawbacks—namely, that finding the perfect match for you can be a chore. If you’re looking for love in all the wrong places, you probably don’t need to be told how to find it.

But you do need a little guidance. Here are some modern dating tips for getting in the mood and having a great online dating experience.

1. Be purposeful

With technology and modern dating allowing you to reach potential dating partners at all hours of the day and night, there’s a lot of time-wasting on the internet that doesn’t get you anywhere. Obviously, you don’t want to put all of your eggs in one basket, but you also don’t want to waste hours searching for dates with no luck. Make the most of your time on the internet and focus on a niche you’d like to date in. Include keywords you’d like to search for, like bars, or bars in your neighborhood, restaurants, or other types of places you would like to meet someone.

If you’re looking to find a specific interest, consider creating a separate Google account for just that. That way, you can use that Google account to search for any and all sorts of things—it’s handy for finding places around you, looking up colleges, or finding the location of nearby coffee shops—and only use the main Google account for searching for stuff related to your normal life.

2. Be genuine

The internet has leveled the playing field, so it’s pretty safe to say that anyone with a computer and the internet can find a date—or at least try to find a date. This means that it’s perfectly possible to type up a profile and then be bored out of your mind for hours scrolling through people’s profiles, reading their bios, and waiting for a reply. These people will respond, but they may have no interest in dating you.

Instead of bragging about what you own and doing the usual things to impress people, try to be yourself. Show off a little personality, don’t brag about your job, and don’t leave out any relevant details.

3. Be liberal with your location

If you think you might be meeting someone in real life, you should probably state your location—unless you have a particularly private interest in local bars. Dating sites have recently made it easier than ever to use location-specific search filters for
You might think there’s no such thing as a typical first date, but if you’re like most people, the idea of going on the first date can be downright terrifying. You might have a clear idea of what you want in a potential mate—someone who appreciates your views, is at least a little bit intellectual, has a sense of humor, and is a decent conversationalist—but when you sit down and talk to your date, you might find out that he or she has none of these things at all. This is a terrible thing to discover on a first date. “Between bad first dates and good first dates, your initial impression of any person can be everything,” says Marlin Adler, a dating coach.

Of course, the bad first date is easy to avoid—it just takes a little preparation. In fact, says Adler, all it takes is a little bit of thought and maybe some self-awareness.

So, you can knock yourself out thinking about what you want in a mate and what you don’t want, but if you want to be on a real date, you can’t let your subconscious self get in the way. “I always have a date in mind what I want from a man, and I don’t really like to be with a guy who meets my expectations,” says Meredith Anne, a 26-year-old writer who has been married for five years. “I like to be surprised, but the only person who can be surprised is me.”

It’s easy to tell your date what to talk about, what to order, and what expectations you have (or don’t have) for the date. Ask yourself what you want out of a date before you sit down. If you want a relaxing evening, maybe you don’t want to spend any time talking about the future. You need to give yourself some limits and stick to them, says Adler. “A good person will meet your physical desires, but it’s not what you’re really looking for—you’re not looking for a man, you’re looking for a relationship.”

So, in lieu of having a dream date in mind, just try to have some fun. “A lot of it is just deciding that you’re not going to fall into a trap,” says Maris Derwick, a diet and fitness expert. “It doesn’t matter what you say. You can say you don’t want to see their friends, or you can say you’ll only see their friends if

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