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It's been two years since you've seen him on VH1, doling out Tough Love relationship advice, but despite taking a step back from the small-screen spotlight, matchmaker Steve Ward has been busier than ever and recently launched his own dating app, Love Lab.
Ward told us, "It had a lot to do with my experience on Tinder." Yes, he's on Tinder. The ubiquitous mobile dating app has been a topic of conversation more than ever lately thanks to the Vanity Fair story speculating that it's causing an imminent dating apocalypse.
"Don't waste your time with someone who's obviously not mission-oriented—for example, if your mission is to end up in a meaningful relationship, if a guy starts talking about sex before you've even met in person, cut him off."3. "Men assume that if you're not showing it, you're hiding it," Ward says.
Men are visual creatures, and when it comes to websites and apps, they "just want to make sure they're not going to be surprised at who shows up on a date." Give a real, accurate impression of who you are, including how you look, and you'll likely have more success.
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Ward shares his three best strategies for mobile dating success:1. "If you want them to ask you out—ask them when they plan on asking you out," Ward says.
"Here's the thing: women complain about getting matched with guys who don't say anything. Don't wander around puzzled and completely bewildered—ask good questions."2. "If there are deal-breakers, get them out of the way," Ward says.
This is worth keeping in mind whenever a new moral panic is afoot.
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