I’m getting mixed signals from girls in FaceBook–flirting one minute, cold the next. I’ve heard that meeting girls on FaceBook is a great way to expand my opportunities for a relationship–how hard could it really be?
For a lot of guys, it just means their goal is to be able to start conversations really well and be able to meet girls on Facebook, then they shift it to even seeing you in real life.
I want to give you the basics of on how to approach girls on Facebook and probably one of the most fundamental things is always looking for stuff you have in COMMON.
“Stuff in common” is the key phrase to tattoo into your head when it comes to Facebook and meeting girls.
I tend to encourage guys to add girls as friends who are friends of friends. So you have someone in common. You can say something like “were you at that party last weekend?”, “how do you know Mark?”, or something like that. It gives you a sort of an entry. I also look at a girls profile to see if we have anything in common.
It might be band she likes, a page she likes, or a group she is a part of. You need to find something in common. This is how you make her feel safe.
This is truly the key to meet girls on Facebook.
I’ve met a lot of girls from Facebook, and I’ve always done it through common interests. This is going to get you to meet so many girls you won’t know what to do with them. Easily the biggest key to meet girls on Facebook BY FAR!
I am really into personal development. I’m really into self improvement, listening to audios and reading books and stuff like Tony Robbins. I’m really into all that kind of stuff. I have a big passion for it. I just like the idea of investing in myself.
One day through self-improvement groups alone I met 20 girls. It’s SO easy to meet girls on Facebook.
What I notice is a lot of girls are really into this stuff too.
A lot of girls go to seminars and workshops and are members of personal development groups, and I find my success rate of girls responding, girls talking to me, is around about a thousand times better when we have this in common, than when we have nothing in common.
If I were friends with a guy and a girl he knows is into these groups, I will message her and ask her if she has been to a seminar, or ask her what her favorite book she read recently is.
When we use that as a topic of conversation, pretty quickly it will flow into other stuff, like where she’s from, who she is, what sort of stuff she likes. But you’ve got to find that common interest.
You’ve got to find that commonality. You won’t meet girls on Facebook and have them reply without it.
You’ve got to find that thing that she is passionate about, that you’re passionate about, that you can talk about.
If you meet a girl, and she’s great but you don’t have anything in common, move on. It’s probably not worth your time.
But definitely keep searching.
Keep looking for things that you two share. If her favorite band is the same band as your favorite band, you’ve got a good foot in the door.
You’ve got at least a couple hours of conversation. You have potential events you can go to.
You’ve got things you can share now by Facebook chat your email.
Always look for something that you two can hit it off with. Some sort of common ground, a topic, a subject, that makes conversation really easy.
Missions to meet girls on Facebook:
(1) Write down all your interests and things you are into. The more the better.
(2) Find groups and pages, and message girls from those.
(3) Look for girls that are friends of your friends – and message them.
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