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Michael ended up being the second person she talked to on the site, and by the third date, she knew he was “the one.”“I couldn’t tell you how I knew. The very next day I went in to work and said to my co-worker, ‘I’m going to marry him.’ And I did.
And now we have a house in the suburbs and a 2-year-old little boy.”And while you’ll probably find more individuals interested in marriage on paid dating sites like Match and e Harmony, don’t take free ones like Tinder and Bumble out of the equation. If men or women are implying they want casual dating or just friends, don’t date these people.#2 Try paid sites Salick says for the most part, serious people end up on paid sites.“I’m not saying that paid sites are better than free sites/apps because of course you can find marriage on those too.
Often deemed a hook-up site, Tinder in particular, has led to many love stories, and Cobden says having variety is always a good option. However, think about the mentality that goes into choosing to pay to meet your match.”#3 Don’t make superficial lists We all have our wants and needs, but Cobden says making a long list of superficial must-haves will keep you single forever.
READ MORE: Couple runs half marathon on wedding day — with their wedding party Although Natasha Maini met her husband, Arash Mousavi, on Tinder in 2013, she says it was rare to find men who were looking for a future wife.“It’s unfortunate because many guys out there use online dating just to have fun,” she says. Height, income and looks shouldn’t be as important, but instead, focus on qualities like kindness and how loving they are.#3 Try a niche site“If you know marriage is what you want, go for the websites where more marriage-minded people might be on.
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For example, try Match, as well as apps like Bumble and Tinder.#4 Have a clear idea of what you want If you do end up going on a few dates with a potential partner, be clear from the start of how you want things to end.“Be casual about it,” Cobden says.
“By the third date tell them where you see your life going.
You find something you like—maybe you’re a Facebook fan, or a loyal Instagrammer, or a member of the cool Snapchat club—and you stick to it. Ever wonder if you’ve met your soulmate, but didn’t know it?
You can say, “I’m in a great place, but I could see myself in the future settling down and having a family.'”#5 Don’t be afraid to say the word ‘marriage’Salick says there is nothing wrong implying marriage is your end goal on your profile.“If you are seeking marriage as your end goal, I don’t think there’s any shame in putting that out there, I think it’s honest,” Salick says.
If someone is turned off at that goal, that just tells you they aren’t on the same page as you and why would you want that anyway?
READ MORE: How to actually pay for your wedding Below, Cobden and Salick share their best tips on how to put your best foot forward when it comes to finding marriage material online.#1 Make your profile stand out A solid written dating profile can make or break how successful you are with finding a match, Salick says. This will help with limiting the pool of candidates you have to fish from,” Salick adds.
Cobden says you should also be active on at least three sites at the same time.
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At ten times what it was last October, the app’s small user base (around 10k downloads on Google Play) is growing faster than your action figure collection. Why feel guilty for leaving Fluffy at home when you could organize a double date?