Never Facebook, email or text a man you want to date, according to Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider, the original “Rules” girls. RELATED: THIS IS WHO NEW YORK WOMEN DESCRIBE AS 'MR.
In fact, women shouldn’t take the first step to initiate any relationship — and that includes online dating, the duo said. PERFECT' Once you have them, the authors said, ignore them — at least for a little while.
Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider have written a book to help the millions of women trying to connect with men on the internet. - Should I be the first to initiate a correspondence?
There are serious mistakes women are making and these can ruin their chances of ever getting Mr. These mistakes can now be easily corrected with Ellen and Sherrie's RULES FOR ONLINE DATING. Online dating is like a chess game: Who moves first and how long you take to make the next move can determine the course of a courtship and whether it progresses to the next level.
It's more complicated than ever to manage your romantic life. Our new book tackles exactly that question - and here, in an exclusive extract, we show you how to handle texts, emails, Facebook and online dating...
By 1997, when we wrote The Rules II, there was a little more interest in online dating and we wrote a short chapter telling women the pitfalls of this chat-intensive dating method, how to best apply The Rules, and how to play it safe.“I know girls who go to a guy’s Facebook page and study it like it’s the Talmud,” said Fein.“That’s not going to help.” Above all, don’t post schlubby pictures of yourself eating pizza alone on a Saturday night, tweet crazy rants, or cyberstalk him.As many of you know, our first book, The Rules, spawned a worldwide movement.Readers began -- and continue -- to set up free online and offline support groups around the world and visit our website ( at the rate of over 400,000 hits a month.Our premise was that women who played hard to get got their man, while the women who showed too much interest didn't.The book was translated into 27 languages and helped a generation of women find their Mr Right. Now texting, Facebook, Twitter, Skype and online matchmaking sites have revolutionised the dating landscape.E-mail and The Rules for Online Dating E-mail has become a universal part of relationships these days, whether a relationship starts online or not.Millions of women around the world are "e-dating," whether they meet men online or in a local bar.CUAO looks a lot like ciao, which is what most decent guys will say to a woman following this misguided advice.Jeanne Larkins, New York Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.