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November 6, 2018, Melbourne

Online dating gets a bad rap. It can often mean a fragmented, scattered dating life. It can also mean people wasting time scrolling through profiles of people they don’t know in the hopes of finding their unicorn. But thanks to a team of experts, some of the best dating apps and modern-day courtships are finally getting the recognition they deserve.

Best Services For Their Clients

Techly spoke to some of the best of the best about how they have helped people find love and even managed to find dates for their clients, including Sofie Forster-Dainty, founder of Break the Silence, Jay Benner and Brett O’Keefe, co-founders of Let’s be real.

 

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These experts have built incredible businesses that help people connect online in the most effective ways possible. Their insights into how dating apps and websites work can save you from awkward dates and give you the best potential matches.

What is good online dating advice?

 

Sofie Forster-Dainty Share Her Experiance

 

If you want to have a solid dating life and a good relationship, then you need to have a robust online profile.’ She points to online dating experiences of people who haven’t used their online profiles properly and who were already in relationships before they found their spouse.

 

Rejecting people online is not a good way to get matched with someone. The perfect match is going to be the one you stumble across.

 

‘Put yourself in a position where you’re showing up,’ she advises. ‘The internet doesn’t care how tired or how poorly you’ve slept last night. All you have to do is be on time, be on brand, and don’t take a long time to reply.’

 

 

Brett O’Keefe also Share his Thoughts About Online Speed Dating

Online dating is a numbers game. ‘Dating is nothing more than an exchange of information. The more you put out, the more you get out.’ For many, that means explaining the details of their lives and relationships. ‘You want to show your stuff,’ he says. ‘A first date should be about you and the person. They are giving you the opportunity to do that, so use it.’

 

Here are a few quick tips on how to make an interesting and effective online dating profile

 

Is there anything you would recommend avoiding?

 

Sofie Forster-Dainty: She always recommends not using social media. ‘Social media means that you live in someone else’s shoes, so they see you as you want to be seen.’ She stresses how important it is, to be honest, and straightforward with potential dates. ‘If you are a

single mother, put that on your profile, and if you are a divorcee, explain that too. Make sure you’re true to yourself. If you think what you’re looking for, be honest with yourself.’

 

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Brett O’Keefe: Avoid profile image enhancement. ‘A picture should show your genuine features, not a camera-P enhanced version.’ He also suggests taking a clear-up break for a while after a breakup. ‘Take time to learn from your mistakes and don’t be afraid to make mistakes.’

 

At the same time, he also warns against putting too many photos up. ‘I always recommend one or two.’

 

What apps and sites have you found have been effective?

 

Sofie Forster-Dainty: Her top tips are Matching, Hot or Not, and Singles United.

 

Matching is quite dated, Sofie says, but it’s still a great tool for people who are looking for genuine connections.

 

Hot or Not is a fun way to review photos and find someone attractive.

 

Singles United is a free app with high-profile members. If you want to make some real connections, you need to be going to these events. But it’s free.

 

Brett O’Keefe: His top recommendation is Crossover. It’s not a dating app, he says. It’s a for-hire service that matches people based on jobs. It’s similar to LinkedIn but targeted at young people.

 

Is there anything you would suggest avoiding?

 

Sofie Forster-Dainty: She always recommends not using social media. ‘Social media means that you live in someone else’s shoes, so they see you as you want to be seen.’

 

She stresses how important it is, to be honest, and straightforward with potential dates. ‘If you are a single mother, put that on your profile, and if you are a divorcee, explain that too. Make sure you’re true to yourself. If you think what you’re looking for, be honest with yourself.’

 

Brett O’Keefe: ‘Don’t make any major life changes while on a date,’ he warns. ‘I always say, ‘If you are on a first date, the one thing you shouldn’t be doing is starting a relationship.’

 

At the same time, he also warns against putting too many photos up. ‘I always recommend one or two,’ he says.

 

What apps and sites have you found have been effective?

 

Sofie Forster-Dainty: Her top recommendations are Matching, Hot or Not, and Singles United.

 

Matching is quite dated, Sofie says, but it’s still a great tool for people who are looking for genuine connections.

 

Hot or Not is a fun way to review photos and find someone attractive.

 

Singles United is a free app with high-profile members. If you want to make some real connections, you need to be going to these events. But it’s free.

 

Brett O’Keefe: His top recommendation is Crossover. It’s not a dating app, he says. It’s a for-hire service that matches people based on jobs. It’s similar to LinkedIn but targeted at young people.

 

Sharing of their views about Speed Onlone Dating

 

  • Sofie Forster-Dainty: Do you find that people look for dates at these events?

Amelia Symonds: At least on the dance floor, they’ll turn their head and catch your eye. I mean, on the night I went, there was this big guy dancing and I caught his eye.

 

  • Sofie Forster-Dainty: That’s good, that’s good. He doesn’t even know you. He’s just dancing, and he caught your eye.

 

Amelia Symonds: He’s dancing. He’s dancing with everyone.

 

  • Sofie Forster-Dainty: It’s just a fabulous place to meet people.

 

Amelia Symonds: It really is.

 

  • Sofie Forster-Dainty: But do you feel they only use you to find dates?

 

Amelia Symonds: No, they do use us for a lot of things. We give them the names of these people, and it is an important connection. I know a lot of people who met in one of these events.

 

  • Sofie Forster-Dainty: So, are you still seeing this person, you met through the venue, or you’re just seeing them now?

 

Amelia Symonds: I’m seeing him now. I met him three days ago. He’s a model who is now going into showbiz.

 

  • Sofie Forster-Dainty: Are you on the dating scene yourself?

 

Amelia Symonds: No, I haven’t gone on any dates.

 

  • Sofie Forster-Dainty: Why?

 

Amelia Symonds: I’m at home with my two little boys. I’m trying to find a man when I’m not working, when I’m not traveling around.

 

  • Sofie Forster-Dainty: So it’s really hard. There’s a job opportunity for you overseas.

 

Amelia Symonds: I’m trying to find a man who will love me for who I am and who can be there for me. And I don’t think I’ll find him in an online dating venue.

 

 

 

 

Conclusion and Final Remarks

 

So, he goes to a week of “Lovers-on-the-rounds” every week. It’s his second week in a row. He’s tall, dark and handsome. He’s just wearing a gold chain, he’s very cute, he has green eyes. He says he’s a bit quiet, and I’m looking forward to spending some time with him.

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