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How to Flirt Online

Updated on March 10, 2010

Attracting Women Online

When meeting women one of the skills that you have to have in order to be successful is knowing how to flirt. This applies as much to online dating as anywhere else. Unfortunately a lot of guys have no idea how to flirt. Flirting is an art form and it does take time to learn. The best way to get good a flirting online is to practice, a lot.

The key thing to remember is that flirting is supposed to be fun, so make sure that you have fun, and that she has fun. You want to keep things light, make some jokes, keep her laughing and you will have a much better chance of success. You also want to make sure that you keep things positive, people are attracted to optimistic people. The worst thing that you can do is depress her by being negative about everything.

It is also important that you listen to what she says, you don't want to dominate the conversation. Not only should you give her a chance to talk, you should be trying to get her to open up and tell you about herself. After all getting to know her is a part of the process. You will also want to let her know that you are interested in what she has to say. People are always more attracted to people who are interested in them.

You shouldn't be talking about sex when flirting online, this is where a lot of guys go wrong. This is also one of the areas where online and offline flirting are different. Offline occasional sexual references are a part of flirting, if you try it online she'll think your a pervert. There are serious safety issues for women when it comes to online dating, they are very wary of potential sexual predators. Really you shouldn't be talking about sex with women you meet online until you have known them for a while.

Flirting is one of those skills that you have to have if you want to be successful with women. This is no less true with online dating than it is in the real world. There are some differences when flirting online that you need to be aware of. This is mainly because in the real world a lot of flirting is non-verbal. This presents a problem online since you only have words to go on. This means that some of the things that you could say offline you can't say online, she can't see your face to know if your joking or not.


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