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You'll know before you date and meet people, if you should even meet for a cup of coffee!!
So unless you are living on a mountain fire lookout tower somewhere, you'll probably find some great people nearby that you can try to seduce into a coffee date. When it comes to your personal life, some things are best not immediately shared with friends and family.
Otherwise, perhaps you can convince some lucky person to come visit your lookout tower? So be sensible and keep your Facebook, Twitter, and other social sites separate from your dating life!
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"I don't want to take the time to look back and forth and figure out if I want to talk to someone if there's no chance of them responding to me." Hawver says it's "definitely" more efficient this way. "Like" a lot of things on Facebook: Hawver says liking a lot of pages on Facebook increases the number of talking points and common interests you have with other Tinder users.
"I like restaurants; I like authors; I like publications.
The Manhattan-based real estate agent gave us his tips on putting your best Tinder profile forward. Always swipe right: "I pretty much swipe right to everyone," explains Hawver.
"The only thing I sort of pay attention to while I swipe right pretty fast is if I have a Facebook friend in common with anyone - then I'll stop and see who our friend is.