Persuasive Speech On Online Dating

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In today's society, most people use the internet for everything, this is a testimony shared by Sister Desiree on how she finds herself a partner using the online dating. She wrote, a couple years ago a friend of mine nudged me to go on tinder, a social networking site, after dating an acquaintance that didn't go so well. I made a profile thinking it would just be for laughs, when I ended up matching with the guy who worked at my gym. We always had small talks and seemed genuinely interested in each other but neither of us had the nerve to ask the other out. On tinder, all the matches are mutual, so you can be sure that person is interested in you as well. Long story short, after a brief conversation on the app and a series of dates we became…show more content…
3. If someone sends you a message on an internet dating site, and you’re NOT interested, DON’T reply. Sending a reply will probably entice the person to keep sending you more messages. But if you do, don’t say something stupid like you’re already dating someone. It’s unbelievable, if that’s really your situation, then why are you on the dating site?
4. When you're talking with someone from a dating site, on the phone, or in person, don't ramble on and on endlessly about yourself. That's a major turn off, and something you should know from basic common sense. Surprisingly, many people do it.
5. If the main picture on someone’s profile is appealing to you, and you’re thinking of contacting this person, have the common sense to look at all of their pictures, and anything else on their profile that may be important to you, before you decide to send them a message.
6. If you receive a call from someone you’ve given your number to, and you can’t talk to them at that time, then you should return the call. Do not tell them to call back. They took the initiative to make the call, and obviously didn’t know it was a bad time for you to speak, so you should have the decency to make the return
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Don’t let your friends use your profile to browse through a dating site, especially if you’re a paid subscriber with full membership privileges. Sometimes the friends will contact other members on the site without your knowledge, the recipients will think it’s you, and when they find out it’s someone else, the outcome is not always friendly, or your friend could contact someone you've already met and the date didn't go well and you could run into them in the future which could be embarrassing or your friends could do something that violates the dating site’s terms and conditions which could get you kicked off the site. Most of these dating sites offer a free membership, which may not allow communication with other members, but do allow viewing other member profiles. So, when your friends ask you if they can use your membership to log onto a dating site that you belong to, tell them to sign up for their own free membership.
11. Post the correct city and state where you live in your profile not a place where you used to live, where you want to live, or where your friend lives. It sounds like basic common sense, but intentionally posting a city, state or country where a person doesn’t live does happen. If you’re contacting someone on a dating site, and you tell the person you live somewhere different than what you have posted on your profile, it’s a real turn off, especially if you live in another state or
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