Keep in touch...the right way.
“Keep track of who you’ve contacted,” Salomon advised. That way, you’ll spare yourself — and whoever rejected you in the first place — from having to go through that awful song and dance again.
It’s also important to only contact people who seem to welcome the advance. “Respect what other people want,” Salomon said. That means that if a person’s profile says his or her dream date is between 30 and 40 years old, stay away if you don’t fit that range.
And if you do get rejected or don’t fit the bill, learn to take “no” for an answer. “Online dating isn’t like Amazon.com,” Salomon said. “You don’t always get what you want.”