“It is becoming increasingly difficult for LDS people to meet a potential spouse once they’re out of college,” says Alisa Snell, a dating coach and marriage and family therapist in Utah.“You’re just not in front of the masses, which translates to fewer opportunities.”Holly Coleman, 36, can’t argue there.“You get to the point—especially in my age group—when you feel like you’ve met every eligible person in your circles,” says Coleman, who met her husband on e Harmony and married him in 2011. So in this 2011 world of “Nice to Tweet you,” many LDS singles are initiating their first encounters in a decidedly digital way. Between demanding schedules of work, school, family, and church, it can be difficult to stop and smell the potential roses.“People tend to search for who is new to the site.”The Safety Net When you set a time to meet, shout it from the rooftops (but not your identifiable rooftop).“Meet in a public place, and don’t share addresses with each other,” Snell says.“Tell a few people where you’re going and what time you expect to be home.”And that phone number you give out?’”Spelling errors are distracting.“I didn’t realize this at the time I signed up for e Harmony, but I judge men on their spelling,” says Coleman, who now lives in Oregon with her husband.
“No one will contact you if there isn’t a photo.”When you do post a picture, post a few.LDS singles want a fast, free mobile LDS dating site that helps match up LDS singles. We even offer LDS groups to chat and share LDS Dating Events.The perfect LDS social network but just for singles!“If it takes too long to get to know you at first glance, people won’t get to know you, period.”When your profile isn’t working, get working on it.“Edit your profile often,” Green says.“If your introduction isn’t sparking someone’s interest, try expressing yourself in another way.”And if you’ve been online for a while with no real activity, try, try again.“If you’ve had your profile up for more than six months, close it and start a new one,” Snell says.