If you're having a personal chat, this is the best option to go for - unless you don't mind sharing your conversation with millions of other users.
Alternatively, send an email from a private account.
Even if your account is locked as private, personal information you have shared with others could still be accessed through their pages.
Don't use your mother's real maiden name as a password or as a bank security answer.
But it’s likely you know your own hottest look, so use it.
Ok Trends, a complementary blog to Ok Cupid that explores the data of online dating, presents powerful evidence to back up Rudder’s “hot” rule: a woman deemed hot by one study received four times as many messages as an average one—and 25 times as many as an ugly one.
In Algorithms, Slater discusses the shift from the “bookend theory” initially used by pioneer sites like (aiming to win over every “book” on the shelf) to the prevailing “niche” dating sites that now dominate the market. Slater contends that it’s partly this trait, the cornerstone of any relationship, that has made the world of online dating so successful. there is bound to be someone in the cloud of faces who’s interested in whatever it is that you’ve got.” Online dating takes guts, so the more you have (or can feign), the better you’ll do.
Consider setting up a separate, personal email account to use with social media sites, rather than using your work, or even your main personal email. Use the privacy and security settings on social media sites so that only friends and family can see your pages.
Then speak to friends and family and encourage them to tighten their privacy settings too as they could affect you.
Stuff like what we’re buying online, the pages we like or follow on social media, the media channels we use and the personal information we include on our social profiles—there’s a lot of data to collect!
At Positive Singles.com, we take your privacy, safety and security very seriously.