12 hours a week.  22 minutes per visit. 

That's what an "average guy" spends on online dating sites. 

But you're not an average guy.  (Thank god!) 

These online dating tips will help you spend less time and meet more of the right women.  Get ready to increase your messaging rate of return, perfect your profile, and meet more girls!  (Tip: if you're new to online dating, start here.)


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* "Marital Satisfaction and Breakups Differ Across On-Line and Off-Line Venues," a 2013 Study by U.S. researchers in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

** "Online Dating: A Critical Analysis From the Perspective of Psychological Science," a 2012 research article published in Psychological Science in the Public Interest