Easy ways to meet singles
Many singles are finding it difficult to meet compatible partners. People are getting married later in life when their social circles are shrinking.
Few people stay in the place where they grew up. They move away to go to university, or for better career opportunities. More people are getting divorced, finding themselves single after years of marriage.
Some feel that they simply don’t have the time or inclination to go to bars or clubs to meet others. There are a number of solutions to the problem of meeting a possible partner.
Many singles turn to online dating to meet that someone special.
There are two types of online dating sites: subscription sites and free sites. Subscription sites charge a fee for access to their user database. Free sites make their money from advertising revenue.
While online dating may seem like the answer, pay sites are often overrated, with inflated membership figures. A site may have several million subscribers, but a large portion of the profiles are inactive.
Either the user has not paid the subscription fee and is only looking around, or the profile has been inactive for months because the user didn’t renew his or her subscription.
Singles are far more likely to meet people on free sites. Pay sites generally do not show which profiles have not been paid for, and which profiles are inactive.
In fact, they benefit from messages sent to inactive profiles. Users may be curious enough to take out a subscription if they receive messages. Additionally, men receive very few replies to messages due to the number of dead profiles.
They become desperate, messaging more people with less personalised messages. The end result is that women get flooded with messages, making the online dating experience unpleasant for them.
Speed dating is another popular way to meet other singles. An event is organised at a venue where men and women can meet up to twenty people a night.
‘Dates’ last a few minutes, usually around five minutes, giving each person just enough time to see if they’d like to see the other person again.
At the end of the evening the organisers compare participants’ notes and share the contact details of those who match.
Speed dating takes place in a fun, safe environment, with little risk of social awkwardness. People are exposed to a large number of possible partners, increasing their chances of meeting someone they like.
The third options singles have relates to male singles. Dating coaching teaches men improved dating skills through an improved self-image and stronger social skills.
Easy ways to meet singles
One such company, Kama Lifestyles, offers seminars and boot camps focused on creating strong, confident men. They teach men how to read and use body language to create attraction with women.
They cover all aspects of dating, from the first meeting to the first date, including aspects like being a good conversationalist and showing women their true worth. The theory section even contains hints on telephone and text conversations.
Singles who turn to Kama Lifestyles for dating advice learn that parties, bars and clubs aren’t the only places to meet other singles.
They come away with enough confidence to overcome their fear rejection, coupled with the ability to create intimacy and attraction when meeting women for the first time.
The training is finished off with practical demonstrations. Coaches take them to venues of their choice and show them how to use the techniques they’ve learned.
They have the opportunity to apply the theory under guidance of the Kama Lifestyles coaches, with feedback to strengthen their weak points. This training gives male singles the ability to go out and find their own dates.
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Iain Myles is an internationally recognised dating coach and co-owner of the UK’s largest dating coaching company, Kamalifestyles. Iain is also an internet sensation thanks to the multiple viral videos posted through the YouTube channel KamaTV, which has grossed over 100 million views.
Iain has appeared in numerous newspaper columns and radio shows across the world. He is a regular contributor to BBC Radio in the UK.