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Bumble is a "social discovery app" which aims to take the sleaze and cheesy pick-up lines out of dating, making it a "safe and respectful" for men and women, or there is Trueview, which Charly Lester describes as "Tinder with more information" including height, occupation and a larger profile.STAY SAFE ONLINE: Karl Gregory, UK and European MD of match.com, says personal safety online should be a "top concern", so take heed."Write them quickly, don't overthink it and check your grammar and spelling" is Lester's rule of thumb.She's right, I once received a message from a guy online asking why I liked men with 'breads'; I meant beards.Free sites will have more members (so more choice) but that means more admin on your side.
Dating events are a huge growth area and lots of sites from My Single Friend and Get now organise anything from speed dating and pub quizzes to champagne tasting and cookery classes.I still remember the worst thing I ever read on a dating profile: "As well as a pretty face you should have an intoxicating soul, I want to drown in your aura" which brings me to the next point made by e Harmony."Don't indulge the inner narcissist", meaning "don't demand that your future partner love, worship, and adore you.CHOOSING THE RIGHT SITE: London-based Charly Lester started a career in dating accidentally when her 30 Dates blog, chronicling her mission to find love took off. "Think of it like you are looking to date the site as well as the people on it", she says. Avail of free trials, sign up for three months at a time and "dip your toe" until you find one that fits. The last time I dated online I signed up for Guardian Soulmates, because I live in London and it's a newspaper I read, and I don't want to date someone who voted for Tony Blair. For example, Lovestruck is aimed at single professionals while Tinder tends to attract fun-seeking 18-24 years olds.You could go niche with sites tailored to single parents, country bumpkins, over-50s, Christians, or men and women in uniform.
Profiles that start with "Not sure what I should write here..." are another bugbear of mine.