Until you’ve both agreed to disable your profiles, it’s best to simply pretend that you can’t see theirs. It’s bad enough when you’re sending out message after message and getting nothing in return.
The first thing you need to do is get some new photos.
Photos are the first line of interest when it comes to dating profiles; if nobody is visiting your profile, then the odds are that your primary photo is simply not eye-catching enough.
That empty “recent visitors” entry seems to mock you, a confirmation of every fear and insecurity you’ve ever had and a sign that you’re simply doomed to be alone forever.
But before you decide that you’re a social pariah, doomed to the unfuckable corners of online dating, take some time to do some revisions.
It may be awkwardly cropped, making it look like you’re trying to hide an ex. You may have more than one person in the photo, leaving people confused as to which one is you. As I said earlier, the best primary photo is a clear shot of your head and shoulders.
Your potential matches want to know what you look like! The more they have to work, the less likely they are to click through.
When it comes to online dating however, it’s not hard to “accidentally” notice that UCLAGal84 has been logging into her account even after you’ve gone on a few dates.
It’s even understandable that you might feel a looking at other potential options. Of course, the big question is: are they flirting with other people?
One of the more difficult issues that people frequently wrestle with is: what are the rules when it comes to interacting with a match online, before you’re in a relationship?