It’s my lunch break. I’m sitting at my desk browsing through a page of smoking hot women. I click on five profiles that I like and shoot off quick little messages to each one. Within minutes, I get intriguing replies from three of them. This is all part of my MySpace Dating experiment.
As of today, there are at least 233 million people who have MySpace accounts. Over half of these are women. A quick search shows that there is a huge abundance of good looking single women within a five mile radius of my zip code; there’s at least 3,000 of them, probably a lot more because that’s the most search results MySpace will allow.
So, lets assume that there were only 3,000. Then assume that about half of those are good looking. Then out of those, half are actually cool and worth dating. This gives me about 750 single women worth of dating within five miles of my house. Those are good odds and the truth is there’s a whole lot more than just 750 women.
Prior to last weekend, I had always thought of MySpace and online dating to be a complete waste of time. I’ve attempted online dating twice before and looking back, they were pretty lame attempts. You can read about the Craigslist dating experiment and my Facebook date for some good online dating entertainment.
I always thought that the best way to attract a woman was in person. The thinking was that this is only effective way that you can portray your personality. This was until I found out about Race and Kelly.
I click on my inbox and send out some playful replies to the three girls that just messaged me. I’ve only been at this for a week now and it’s almost too easy. In fact, the difficult part was setting up my profile correctly.
I spent my entire Sunday working on my profile; refining it, putting up the right types of pictures, writing the right types of things. This is the most important part of the whole experiment and I wanted to make sure I did it properly. I followed Race and Kelly’s system for profile design very carefully. The reason for this, is because once done properly, your profile does most of the work for you.
The truth is, this isn’t really much of an experiment for me. I’m just following a system that’s been tested and refined for the last two years. Race and Kelly are the true pioneers in this area of expertise. All I did was get their Window Shopping for Women book and start using it.
I’ve only sent out my first five messages so far and already three of the women are responding back and forth with me. I wouldn’t be surprised if I had a date set up with one of them in the next few days. This is only five women that I’ve contacted so far, just think, there’s still AT LEAST another 745 girls, if not millions, that I can possibly attract.
This is my first week venturing into MySpace dating so this story isn’t over yet. I plan on following up with a series of other blog posts to chronicle some of my interactions and dates that result from this whole online dating thing.