Online Dating Expert Advice for Guys: How to Choose a Great Internet Dating Website for You

Guys, when you’re one of the millions of singles out there in the modern dating world looking to find a girlfriend online, the first step for you to consider before you launch yourself online is to choose a great internet dating site for you. There are literally thousands and thousands of online dating websites featuring single women looking for love. Before you pick just any singles sites and plunk down your hard earned money to join the site, consider these 3 questions for yourself. Discover what single guys want to ask themselves first before buying a membership at a singles website. Read on to discover for yourself, because you don’t want just any girl. You want what you want.

Questions to Ask Yourself: What Kind of Relationship Do You Want?

Guys, are you looking for a girlfriend online? Or are you looking to find a quality mate? Are you a single guy who is not only relationship-minded, but also marriage-minded? First consider these sort of questions and your own personal answer to them. Determine first what kind of relationship you desire before you consider and select a singles site. Once you know the type of relationship you’re looking for, then you can select an internet dating website that best meets your needs. You want to be sure to pick a site that has lot of single women wanting what you want, too. Then when you two connect, you have a match! Then you two can really click online and in person.

Questions to Consider: What Kind of Single Woman Are You Attracted to?

Do you find women of a certain ethnic group or race attractive? Do you desire to date women of the same racial and ethnic make up as you? Or do you want to consider dating women of all sort of groups? Knowing what you find attractive is your starting point. There are literally thousands upon thousands of computer dating sites for all different categories of ethnic groups. Some sites feature and emphasize the single lady’s country of origin like some Filipino, Asian, or Russian dating sites. Alternatively, you might want to date a women already living in either the United States or Canada, but you are open to her being a variety of different racial or ethnic groups. You’ll want to be sure to investigate dating sites featuring a variety of single women.

Questions to Ponder: Do You Want a Girlfriend Who Shares Certain Activity Hobbies with You?

Many singles today are leading wonderful active lifestyles. An active lifestyle can mean anything from you like to take a weekend 2 mile walk in the park, to you’re an advanced hiker, and all the way to you’re an avid golf or tennis player. Consider the activities and hobbies which you pursue. Are you a ballroom dancer, so skilled in your dancing that you could lead a dancing workshop? If you’re hobbies fill your weekend, then you might want to consider the “Shared Interest” niche online dating websites serving singles who pursue certain hobbies.

When you know the kind of man you are, the kind of love relationship you want, the type of woman you’re attracted to, and the kind of life you lead, then you are well on your way to being able to select a great internet dating site to get just the right girlfriend for you!

Internet Travel Website – How To Generate Traffic

Now that you have your internet travel website up-and-running, your next step of course is to get customers (prospects) to visit your website.

Naturally, you start with all the people you know, your friends, co-workers, and relatives. Then, you start telling everyone you meet. Next, you look for ways to advertise, or in some way find methods that will get people to visit your internet travel website.

Sure, you have access to a pre-built travel website and booking engine, but how are you going to get people to visit? Word-of-mouth is not enough. Various methods (advertising) requiring you to pay for exposure could cost you a significant portion of your commissions.

A Sure-Fire Method to Drive Traffic To Your Internet Travel Website

There is a method that, if you work hard to set it up, will provide you with a continuous flow of ready-to-buy customers. The cost of this method is estimated at less than one dollar per day.

Although inexpensive by many standards, to set-up and develop this method may require several years. Yes, that is a long time. There is no quick road to long term success.

Your sweat-equity price for this inexpensive, but very effective, method of promoting your travel website is the time and hard work it will take to learn and implement it.

OK, here is the sure-fire method you must employ, in one very long sentence. (Hang on and prepare for the eye-opening surprise on how to get traffic).

You must build a website that will provide in-demand content for the purpose of “PREselling” so that complete strangers will develop trust and confidence in you, thereby (more likely than not) creating the circumstance that they will want to take your recommendation of a travel website with which to (not only visit, but actually) purchase their travel.

Whew! A long sentence, I know. But, you must really dissect and understand the various components of the sentence if you are to succeed (long term) with your internet travel website.

Good Luck in your business endeavor.

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How Has the Internet and Blogging Changed Since You Started?

Is it just me or have you also noticed that the Internet has sure changed a lot in the 5-years? A few months ago I was watching a panel Venture Capital Discussion in Silicon Valley; it was a video and the topic was social networking; The Next Wave or something of that nature. And the key note speaker before the panel discussion started finished by asking a question of the audience;

How has the internet changed since you started blogging?

Interestingly enough the other day someone asked me this exact question and my immediate thought was;

“Boy that is a good question, as I cruised over to the Thrift Store the other day on my scooter and I picked up a Paperback book; “Computer Dictionary” and it was published in 2000. Guess what? Social Networking, Blogs, Blogging and several other terms were not in it.”

And not long ago, I was watching a video from TED and a researcher from Google was there discussing the Internet and the last five years, how far it has come, it’s truly incredible if you consider it. More importantly he asked; “What will the next five years be?”

Well, our master mind group also has some ideas on this, but his discussion was quite intriguing indeed. When I first started using a blog-like system on our website for a Franchises and myself to use, there was no such thing as a blog, but that’s exactly what it was, perhaps not with all the features that modern day blogs have or all the advertising on the side bars, but it was a blog nevertheless.

You know where the word blog came from? You might want to look that up on the Internet sometime, I will not spoil the surprise here but it is something to consider. About a year ago I exchanged some emails with Vincent Surf about the future of the Internet, and later considered what he had said and the importance of what the greatest communication device ever invented has to offer the human race. Can it bring people together, prevent political impasse, keep people talking and become the catalyst to prevent war?

Indeed, Tim Berners Lee also has discussed this topic and he is happily amazed at the progress of socializing on the Internet and the entire Blogosphere, as he stated in an MIT Conference Video. So, all in all, the Internet has changed quite a bit since you started blogging hasn’t it? Think on this.