Category: Dating Tips

Making Sure You Get What You Want from Dating in the UK

November 18th 2015 by .

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Joining a dating site is one of the quickest, simplest and most convenient ways to get a date or start a meaningful relationship. However, it is only a success if you get the outcome you are hoping for from joining the site. Here are some top tips on getting what you want from online dating in the UK:

Know What You Want

The first step is for you to be clear about what it is that you want. Are you looking for a casual affair or a committed, long-term relationship? Until you know yourself what you want from joining a dating site, you will not be successful. Continue reading

How to Make Single Parent Dating a Success

November 11th 2015 by .

Dating after a serious relationship has ended can be both scary and exciting at the same time. It is the beginning of a new phase in your life that has the potential to be filled with new people, experiences and opportunities. One way that you may choose to start a new relationship is to join a single parent dating site. If this is the route you choose to go down then there are some steps you can take to increase your chances of success:


Attract Views

Opening your account and creating a profile are usually the first steps for online dating in the UK. This involves uploading a photograph of yourself and letting other users know a little bit about you by completing the profile information requested. Continue reading

Failsafe Date Conversation Starters

October 24th 2015 by .

Messaging a potential date online is drastically different to trying to find suitable chatting topics whilst sat opposite them in a busy bar or restaurant. This is why we’re here to point you in the right direction. These aren’t exclusive to first dates, so store them in your head for those awkward silences that need filling. As an added bonus, by being the conversation starter you will most probably win points for making them feel more at ease and therefore get to know the real personality, rather than the nervous small talking one.

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To save time lets firstly just cover the no-go topics (at least until you’re comfortable together anyway). Ex partners always evoke a plethora of emotions and tales of usually unhappy times, which will make you both feel uncomfortable, so that should definitely avoided. If you start to get into the danger zone where one of the conversations you have ends with “I went there with my ex” get off that topic as quickly and subtly as possible. Religion and politics are the other two subjects that tend to divide or bond people, however, for your first couple of dates this is unnecessarily heavy. Find out if you like each other on a more basic level before moving onto whether you’re going to convert to their faith.

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5 Quirky Date Locations in London

October 14th 2015 by .

Finding your perfect partner in the capital city that actually measures a whopping 1572 kilometers square is a daunting task, to say the least. Therefore, it’s no surprise that when you find someone that actually agrees to go on a date with you, and you face the mind bogglingly difficult task of choosing a location you freak out, a lot.

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An advantage of finding a date with the help of websites is that you can usually see what your potential partner is into so once you’ve had a chat and agreed a date and time it is a huge help to fully read their profile so that you don’t end up taking your avid vegetarian to Bubble Dogs (you’ll see what I mean later).

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What Makes us the Fastest Growing Online Dating Site in the UK?

October 7th 2015 by .


A short decade ago, online dating was something that ‘sad’ or ‘desperate’ people did: losers who did not get out much and did not make much of a great impression when they did. However, today the story is very different with one in five of all couples (that is twenty per cent!) having met online; and that is only heterosexual couples. With same sex couples that figures soars to an incredible seventy per cent of couples having met through online dating. Within the next twenty years, experts estimate that over half of all couples will meet online, perhaps making online connection the new norm as regards meeting one’s future life-partner.

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