Dating in a Facebook world? “It’s complicated!” And can put serious strain on a new relationship-or end it all together.
1. Do flirt casually on Twitter to engage in a conversation and let the object of your affection know you’re interested in getting to know them.
2. Don’t keep the conversation in the public stream. Send a direct message if you’re following each other and take the conversation offline if you’d like to move the relationship forward.
3. Do check to see if your date has a Facebook profile and if you have mutual friends in common.
4. Don’t send a Facebook friends request until you’re both on the same digital page.
5. Don’t do a Google search to see if your date is really who he says he is. Everyone has a past – find out who they
6. Don’t let your date know that you checked him out on Facebook may appear like you’re a stalker.
7. Don’t share on Facebook or Twitter if you’re excited about an upcoming date.
8. Don’t say who your date is or where you’re going on your social networks.
9. Do send a text message to say thank you after a date that has gone well.
10. Don’t only ask someone out on a date via text message. It’s still a good idea to pick up the phone.
11. Don’t change your Facebook status to “In a Relationship” without discussing it with the person you’re dating.
12. If you both agree that it’s time to change your status to “In a Relationship,” do it together on a special date night and celebrate your new digital love stage together.
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