“How to kill your chances of finding Mr/Mrs. Right”

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In a recent discussion, members of MillionaireMatch.com explored the question of why online daters may have trouble finding their Mr./Mrs. Right. The responses given were quite revealing.

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Members of the world's largest dating site for wealthy singles, MillionaireMatch.com, recently discussed the reasons why they believe members have not yet found their perfect match online. The discussion took place under the title “How to kill your chances of finding Mr/Mrs. Right” on January 27, 2015, and the reasons given were quite interesting.

MillionaireMatch members related that there were four very specific reasons that women do not respond, or stop responding, to potential matches. Women are less likely to respond to men that:

  •     Send inappropriate or pornographic pictures
  •     Request nude images of a woman they have never met
  •     Send generic emails full of spelling errors that do not reference something personal in the potential matches profile
  •     Continue to email women that clearly have no interest in them.

For women, MillionaireMatch members caution that they may not be receiving the attention of potential matches for more unexpected reasons. One of the major reasons stated by members was a lack of profile information. Creating a minimal or generic profile leaves men unable to reference something specific to make a genuine connection via email. It also only allows men to judge a woman based on appearance rather than personality and interests. One member said that women shouldn't own a cat. Around 15% of people are allergic to cats, so owning a feline will ultimately limit a single's potential number of matches.

According to an OKCupid study, revealed by Mashable.com, first messages sent by men are only half as likely to get a reply than those sent by women. While men are more likely to respond to longer messages, the female response rate was relatively unaffected by message length. Statistically, only 16% of all first messages on dating profiles are over 2,000 characters, or roughly about 400 words, compared to the average first message, which clocks in at about 743 characters long. For the best overall results, it appears that shorter, yet more meaningful, messages may be the way to go toward finding your Mr./Mrs. Right.

Though the MillionaireMatch blog conversation included a few of the site's members, a lot of what was said holds true for other online daters. To read the complete discussion and to find your own Millionaire Match, visit http://www.MillionaireMatch.com.

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