How to Find Single Girls on Facebook and MySpace

Social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace have countless benefits allowing us to network with new business partners and to keep in touch with old friends. However they also have another use – which is undoubtedly dating and these social networking sites create a lot of great opportunities to meet single girls and to communicate with them in a non-threatening manner.

Finding Single Girls on Facebook and MySpace

The great thing about both Facebook and MySpace is that they include all of a person’s personal details. This then means that you can see such things as whether they are single, whether they are looking for someone, where they are located etc etc. This then means that you can browse through people and find girls who are locally located and who are available for romance. At the same time you can also look at their pictures and this can give you a very good idea as to whether they are someone you might be attracted too. As though that wasn’t enough by reading their descriptions you can then furthermore find out the kinds of things they are into and whether or not they are likely to get on with you.

So finding single girls is no difficulty. The best way to do it is to search for your area and then to browse the girls who come up to see if they’re single. Some will hide their information from the public but there are enough girls who don’t. If this doesn’t bring up enough results then you can go to a group such as ‘Boston’ or a college in Boston, and then the members of that group are likely to be people who live around that area (if you don’t live in Boston… don’t search for the group Boston… ).

Another very good way to find girls however is to search for friends of friends – and even friends of friends of friends. This method works well as it allows you to search through people that you know are located locally without having to search and browse through lots of candidates. This way you will also be more likely to get on with the person because you have mutual friends meaning you are likely to be quite similar.

Getting in Touch

The difficult part then is not really finding the girls in the first place, but rather knowing how to act once you do find them. Unfortunately most girls do not take overly kindly to being contacted out of the blue and particularly if they are attractive as they’ll probably get it quite a lot. They aren’t on a dating site so they do not necessarily want to be messaged out of the blue – or they would be on a dating site. Though the culture of MySpace means that it tends to be better received here than on Facebook.

An alternative method is to look at events she seems to be going to. This is a minorly stalker-ish strategy and you should only really use it if you have a mutual friend. This way you can legitimately get yourself an invite to a house party or something else and that they gives you the opportunity to speak to her – at least enough that you can legitimately get away with adding her on Facebook. From there it’s just a matter of sending lots of pokes or striking up lots of conversations via wall post to the point where you practically have to meet up.

Another method is to add them and then poke them. This method is a little more subtle than just messaging them out of the blue and saying you fancy them which a) suggests you’ve messaged twenty other people (and thus are a bit of a creep) and b) spent ages looking through profiles (and thus don’t have a lot better to do). If you add someone then they will often still accept your friendship request even if they don’t know you and from there a simple poke is something they can decide to reciprocate or not.

Messaging Girls

If you do decide to message them then make sure that you put a lot of time and thought into the message and make yourself appear as ‘uncreapy’ as possible. Again it’s a good move to approach those with whom you have mutual acquaintances as this way you can say ‘I noticed you picture on John/Jerry/Jessica’s Facebook page and wanted to get in touch’ which makes it appear less like you spend your time browsing girls. Mention that you don’t ‘normally’ do this or that it’s your first and you’ll make them feel special and flattered rather than concerned about their privacy settings. Lastly try to involve something it says about them on their information. For instance mention that you are also a fan of The Moody Blues, or that something is your favourite film (don’t lie though). This way you will make yourself appear more genuine and interested and will provide yourself with something to talk about.



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  1. I'd like to be a good friend…

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