You can filter your potential matches in all sorts of ways – by location, physical type, personality, interests, star sign and more.
This gives you an initial indication of whether you would be compatible, then you can read their profile and get in touch if they sound like your kind of person.
What you say to each other is up to you, and how long you chat for before arranging a date is also down to personal preferences but remember not to give any personal information until you are sure the time is right.
From there on in it is all about enjoying the dates!
The fact is that those singles over 40 and looking for a date have probably been married and have grown-up kids.
They’re looking for something different from their next relationship, and are more active in finding the right person. You can carry out your searches and send messages whenever suits you, fitting dating into your already busy schedule.Remember though that first dates are often best in daytime and in social surroundings.Think outside the box and you could find yourself off to a great start. Choose a photo that shows you in your best light and avoid passport photos that usually look grim.You may have a wonderful photo of you drunk at a party with your friends but it’s unlikely to get you many admirers online.Ideally your profile should have a range of photos which show the different sides of your character.Whether you’re new to dating for the over 40’s or have tried it before, signing up is quick and easy.You can create a profile in minutes and let our single members know all about you and what you are looking for.Avoid clichés in your profile such as ‘go with the flow’ or ‘happy go lucky’.These might be true but many other folk say the same thing.Almost as many people getting married after age 40 than people under 40.Seeing your date in person can often be make-or-break as it only takes a few minutes to get or make that all important first impression.