Internet dating guidelines
Read profiles of dates carefully, so one can say things like, “I saw on your profile you like to travel. ” or “Do you travel outside the US or do you have particular states you like to visit? This is, however, no reason to use profanity in a date. If a date is going very badly, or if the person one is dating is profane, making unwelcome suggestions for Internet sex, or is simply insulting, one can cut short a date.
One can also cut off contact with a person who is deliberately rude without explanation.
Keep topics light, but also garner enough information to see if Internet chemistry occurs.If one has been on several Internet dates with a person and feels there is no chemistry, then send a short note.One should thank the other person for the dates and for his or her time, and express hopes for future success.Internet dating is on the rise with well over 1,000 dating sites available online.Confusions about Internet dating etiquette have arisen, since this form of dating has gained in popularity. Most importantly, one should be concerned with personal safety.