Don’t End up like Amanda Bynes: 5 Tips to Get a Date Using Social Media
Amanda Bynes is a whole truckload of crazy! She spends most of her time on Twitter calling people ugly, including the president and first lady Barack and Michelle Obama.
Her Twitter fame started with the disturbing tweet to rapper Drake when she said she wanted him to murder her, well… read it for yourself.
I don’t know about you, but I don’t think that’s the way to get a guy.
They say in show business that no press is bad press, but you and I aren’t in Hollywood. If you don’t want to scare guys away like Amanda Bynes then you have to learn how to use social media properly. Here’s how you can secure a date online without looking like a lunatic.
Amanda Bynes is clearly fond of the just-rolled-out-of-bed / just-took-a-hit-of-coke look, but if you want to get a guy do not fill your Twitter or Facebook feed with selfies. There’s nothing crazier than a girl who takes too many pictures of herself, especially bad ones. The best way to look sexy is to post pictures that your friends or family took of you having fun. A picture outside by the pool is much hotter than a picture of you in your bikini in front on your bedroom mirror.
Don’t be too revealing
Yes, guys love seeing skin, but there’s a limit – someone please tell Amanda Bynes. If you want to get a guy you can’t post half naked pictures of yourself on Twitter or Facebook. Period. I don’t think I have to explain it any more. Bikini pictures in the summer are fine, but ripped nylons and a blurry topless shot, no thanks!
Twitter is practically designed for rants – it’s easy to get carried away and insult someone, but don’t pull an Amanda Bynes and start calling the guy you have a crush on ugly. This isn’t kindergarten, you have to be smart to get the guy.
Taylor Swift is rumored to have posted this tweet to Kanye West and Kim Kardashian after they had their baby.
The tweet went viral but it disappeared from T-Swifts Twitter feed pretty fast. The star was smart, funny, and she got attention without looking like it was a publicity stunt. I have a mini crush on Taylor Swift just because it was so clever.
If you can share posts that will make your potential partner laugh you can be sure you’ll get a few comments or even private messages from him in the future.
The key to mastering social media is creating something short and snappy. You don’t want to post all the time because then you’ll clutter his newsfeed and annoy the hell out of him. Maybe Amanda Bynes is always at the top of the Twitter trends list, but that doesn’t mean she’s doing it right.
Tone it down and bit, never post anything hurtful, and post only when something is really special.
The same goes for personal posts. You don’t want to fill his wall with comments and posts, if you have something to share with him consider a personal message, there’s no need to broadcast your feelings to everyone. If a guy is into you he’ll send you a personal message. Once you start messaging back and forth you’re not far from securing that date.
Basically, all you have to do before posting anything online is take five seconds to read over and consider what you’re posting. If you look sharp online you’re going to attract the right kind of attention and eventually get a date.