Men's profiles on dating sites
You have far more access to singles than ever before. Which means that there’s also far more COMPETITION.
Especially when it comes to men trying to write to women.
As a woman, your takeaway is that while you may get frustrated at the lack of quality responses, put yourself in a man’s shoes.
”—crap, “I want to make you my everything”—crap, etc, etc, etc." I don't think she ever went on a date with anyone, but it's clear in her making fun of the ridiculous messages she got why she wouldn't or couldn't find a decent date on the site.
---- So, it seems that these two women, who seem like great catches, just aren't getting the kind of quality game fish that you'd find on paid dating sites or in real life for that matter.
I've been searching around various different blogs lately trying to find different people's experiences in using Plentyof Fish.
Lately, I've been stumbling across some blog posts by some women who are out in the dating scene looking for potential male suitors.
For all the talk about “The End of Men” and how gender roles have been obliterated and women can write to men first, blahblahblah, here’s what ACTUALLY happened after four months: • The women as a group received over 20 times more messages than the men.
• The two most attractive women received 83% of all messages.
This just goes to prove my theory that the competition between men on Plentyof is quite weak despite the incredible large quantity.
This is both good for those of us able to display interesting attractive personalities through the site but also bad because it makes it more difficult to stick out amongst the rest of the mackerels.
I have dedicated an entire volume of my bestselling audio series, Finding the One Online to how to write emails just like this.