These are the most entertaining and reputable 20-30 minutes of online dating tips videos the internet has to offer. It's absolute murder trying to get through the thousands of people who think they can dole out online dating advice on the web, so here are some videos, ranked from best to not-so-best, that will help you change your online dating profile from standard to above average, or even stellar.I tried to vary it via advice from men, social organizations like Buzzfeed or Newsy, and from women themselves. This advice is mostly for men. Vote up what you think is the best online dating help video or infographic and vote down the ones that have too much fluff or possibly don't provide any new insights into how to make your online dating profile good enough for people to want to sleep with, or even fall in love with you.
How to Make an Online Dating Profile: The Basics
The basics of getting started making an online dating profile. Some notable takeaways from this are which way to tilt your head in your profile picture, which photos of yours to include, all the way down to which words to use in your About Me section to increase your statistical chances of finding love online.
For example: If men mention dinner or coffee, they are 74% more likely to get a first reply.Check out the video for more.
How to Choose an App That Isn't Tinder
Tinder is a hugely popular app, but there really isn't much to it, it's also not really the place to meet the mother of your (intentional) children. So a good place to start is picking which apps you're going to download and why.These are the best apps as chosen by dating expert Jason Horton.
An In-Depth Female Analysis of a Guy's Online Dating Profile
Popular YouTube personality Anna Akana and her boyfriend go through his OKCupid profile in search of what's wrong with it. The stuff that women say they like and don't like was actually very helpful for this funny, otherwise charming guy.
Keep In Mind, You Probably Won't Marry Your Matches
Online dating is the second most popular way to meet a significant other these days, but statistics show that the people you meet are most likely not the ones you're going to marry. At least not for a good long while.So keep your head up, take the pressure off yourself and get to messaging.