If you are single and you find someone you like on Linked In, it's a better tactic to see if you can reach out to them on another social site instead.’ Is it best to leave out social media altogether in the beginning stages of a relationship?
‘Everyone does a little social media research now and again, purely because information is so readily available.
But there’s a caveat: “If you and your friends are using the same dating apps, it’s best to show your friends who you are very interested in,” she says.
After all, if you both live in the same city, you’re likely swiping the same available men.
Because, you can seriously balls things up if you get it wrong.
Start adding him willy-nilly across social media platforms could (read: will definitely) make you look like a bit of a stalker-lunatic person, but keeping your distance may also give off the impression that you are the one with a closet full of skeletons.If you have been dating, then it's not a rejection - more of a "let's wait and see." Of course, if things get serious between you and they've still not accepted...you have to wonder what (or who) they might be hiding.’ (i.e.You can see exactly what they are up to, where they are, and who they are doing it with.It is better for your own sanity though to try and stay clear when it's still such early days.