A very common complaint I see all over the internet, all over the forums, and even in my own incoming email, are guys getting banned from online dating sites.I’ve always thought this was strange, considering I’ve never been banned from an online dating site in my entire life. That’s saying quite a bit, since I’ve been doing online game relatively consistently since 2007.Most online dating sites have a limit on the number of openers you can send.Sometimes this limit is published but inaccurate (in the case of POF) and other times the site says there is no limit but there really is (as in the case of OKCupid). No site will ever block your outgoing messages or ban you if you send less than 24 openers within a 24 hour period.First off, you should NEVER be overtly sexual in your online opener (unless you’re attempting something very unusual). Once you’re actually having a back-and-forth with a woman you also need to watch it.Online dating sites these days make it very easy for women to “report” people, and women can and will report your ass if you get too sexual over messaging.Just paste your opener in, then copy and paste her name from her profile, so your opener starts out by saying “Hi Jennifer! You more enterprising folks could easily set up macros to do this. Emotional control is still a huge issue for way too many of you.Another way to do this is to change one word in the opener, or add one phrase that you can quickly type that refers to the first sentence or two of her profile (this way you don’t have to read her entire profile). It’s easier, but the customization really doesn’t matter. I’m going to repeat something, so get this through your thick head: Online dating sites have more men on them than they need, but they cater (read: kiss ass) to women. I still see way too many guys get snippy with bitchy chicks on dating sites, only to be surprised that they get banned a few days later.
Remember, the dating sites have a surplus of men, but not enough women.
Let’s say you send out openers it’s between 6pm and pm.