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    Default The Facebook Method 2.0

    In the game of pickup, I do strongly realize the need for public interaction. However, when you go to a college like I do, or you live somewhere where the social life isn't booming every day, then that becomes harder to do. It is at this junction that we're forced to other means, such as texting, dating sites, or even Facebook for that matter.

    When I first started this, and as some of you may have seen, my facebook game was absolutely terrible. I kept doing AFC things, and although I didn't want to, I was forced to depend on Facebook as a means for public interaction.

    Well, after many hundreds of hours, filled with errors and bad turns, I have finally come upon a Facebook setup and method that brings me success and popularity on one of the biggest social devices out there. I’ve noticed that none of the guides on here tie together the three most important things of Facebook: profile, posting, and private messaging. Thus, I decided that I will roll out for the community a sort of “2.0” guide that covers ALL the aspects of Facebook game along with some things I have discovered and tested.

    I will be presenting this guide in three parts. The first part will deal with "primping" up your profile to make it as visually attractive as possible. The second part will deal with status updates and interacting with friends on Facebook. The third, and final part, will deal with messaging and chatting with women on Facebook.

    And now, without further ado, let’s get this show started
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    Default Re: The Facebook Method 2.0

    Part 1: Pimp my Profile

    The Front Door

    First, we’ll start off with what should be visible when someone sees your page for the first time. What are those first two pictures that they are going to see when they go to your timeline? Well, certainly it won’t be a terrible photo of you. That is a one way ticket to repulsing people. Your profile picture should be:

    A) A really good shot of you
    B) You with your friends or a group of people
    C) You doing something really cool

    Same rules apply for your cover pic, only you exclude A. It should usually be something different than your profile pic. For example, I have my favorite senior photo for my profile pic, and then as my cover photo I have myself shaking the Governor’s hand in the midst of reporters and such. Now THAT is a high value setup right there.


    Photobomb

    Going off of the tangent we were just on, it’s important to keep your photo album looking tidy. Don’t have any photos of you taking a picture in the mirror with your shirt off trying to show off the flab that you call a six pack. You also shouldn’t have any photos of you sh1tfaced or in any positions that you don’t want to be in.

    Your photos should always aim to demonstrate some sort of higher value. Yes, it’s alright to post photos not involving you, or not even involving anyone for that matter. I’ve posted photos from my trips in the North Woods, and none of the photos I took involved me in them. The point of the photos was to show where I had been and done. The fact that I had sea-kayaked 60 miles through the Apostle Islands and had photos from every part of the trip is an awesome thing.

    Any photos that do not dhv otherwise you should either untag yourself from, hide, or delete.


    What About You?

    The About tab is the place where one will found out everything that you want them to know about you. It doesn’t matter for most of it which parts you make public or private, but it does matter what someone sees. Don’t put down a stupid or ridiculous location, and don’t say that you know this non-existent language. Try to stay somewhat smart when it comes to this part.

    When it comes to the bio, you should try to make your bio short, interesting and funny. Mine is:

    “I’m a sophisticated zen master of supreme intelligence and swag, whose intelligence is only surpassed by his swag. Also, I’m superb at making egg rolls.”

    The bio is one of those many make or break aspects on Facebook that you will have. If you do it right, people will think that you’re an awesome guy. If you make a really stupid bio, you will only repulse everyone around you. If you need help, go check out some Twitter bios. You can usually get some good short inspirations from them.

    At the beginning of this part, I said that it doesn’t matter for most parts what you make public. There are three major things though you should avoid and not even have on your Facebook: Relationship Status, Political Views, and Religious Views. You can keep your love life and beliefs to yourself and let the ladies try to figure it out for themselves.


    Friend Count

    When it comes to the amount of friends you have, don’t have a whole ton of them. Only friend people and stay friends with people who you are having active contact with. I only have 450 friends, and yes, I do interact with them all in some sort of way every once in a while. It shows that you’re not a Facebook addict who has nothing better to do than friend a ton of people and post 24/7.

    But Swagman, doesn’t having a low friend count mean that you’re not that social?

    No, it means that you don’t just friend every other person on Facebook, and that you restrict your friend count only to people you actually talk to, instead of friending someone who you talked to once in middle school and never again.


    Which Pages to Like

    When it comes to liking pages, here goes my drift of things: Don’t overload yourself with a bunch of pages, and ESPECIALLY don’t like a bunch of random nonsense pages that are like “That moment when…” or “Like my cat! HE’S SEXY!!!”. These are pretty much AFC, and you leave the AFC stuff to those who are best at it.

    The pages you like should either be meaningful or related to something you like. There are categories for the kinds of pages there are. At the most, aim for having somewhere between seven and ten. And when it comes to music, movies, and television, DIVERSIFY. Don’t like all rap. My listed likes for music are Frank Sinatra, e dubble, deadmau5, the Rolling Stones, and a few others. You can clearly see that I have a colorful taste in music. Women like men who are not static. It also helps for a few other things that I will be explaining about latter in this guide.

    You should also at least like a few notable cause pages. I have listed some autism pages, some pages my sister has for the community, and a few patriotism things. This shows that you do have some causes in your life, and that you are supportive of them. It’s also another one of those things that shows that you’re not artificial and just trying to have a bunch of awesome fun stuff on your page.

    With the new Facebook update, the appearance of the timeline has changed to where it now shows ALL of your likes according to category. This is completely unnecessary, and you should remove all the page like tabs. You should also remove the notes, events and stuff. The only tabs showing should be the photos, about me, friends, and overall pages that you like.


    Privacy, Please?

    You ever notice how the really hot girls lock down their Facebook page and prevent everyone from seeing everything on there. There’s a reason to that. Not only are they trying to keep out people they don’t know, but what do you do if you see an interesting person that you want to figure out more about? You friend them.

    You should at least have some restricted access on your Facebook. It’s not a good idea anyways to have yourself so exposed to the world. I restrict access to my photos, posts, page likes, and friends. That is well enough to force people to wonder what in the world is behind my Berlin Wall.


    Googling Prospects

    If you have a Linkedin, this is where it really comes in handy. If some person wants to figure out more about you, either they will search for you on Facebook, or they will google your name. Facebook now has an option where you can eliminate your name from searches outside of Facebook. If you have a Linkedin, it would be a good idea to display that instead.

    What will happen is when she tries to google your name, the first thing that she will find is your Linkedin. This guy will be like your loyal sidekick that talks you up all the time. She will see what you do, all of your accomplishments and so on. When you google my name, you will be taken to a page where you see I’m a published writer, an accomplished scholar, multi-lingual, and multi-talented. Now THAT, once again, is a DHV.

    If you don’t have a Linkedin and you’re fine with having her directly check out your Facebook, go right ahead. Otherwise, go get a Linkedin, because your future boss is going to see that first anyways.
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    Default Re: The Facebook Method 2.0

    Part 2: Head of the Following


    Now that we have your wall looking nice, it’s time to learn how to talk to it correctly. How active you are on Facebook, what you post, and what it’s about can all have a factor in making or breaking your prestige on the social network. Now, let’s get rolling onto Part 2.


    When you should post

    On a single day, you should post only once. ONCE. In a week’s time span, it’s alright to do it back-to-back days, but not multiple times. It’s best to do it every other day or every three days. However, it is alright to alternate this pattern and keep your posting pattern spontaneous.

    There is only one time where you should break the exception, and that is if something unique or special pops up. If you see something that is extremely worthy to talk about, or you think somebody will beat you to the punch on it, then post it!

    For example, the other day I had posted a status on Facebook that garnered some good attention. The next day, and not even twelve hours after I had posted it, I saw an interesting sight: the campus had broken the sides of the outdoor ice rink, and the result was a massive lake of a puddle stretching out for a good 50 yards in length. Knowing that there was one guy on campus who would immediately spot this, post it on Facebook, and take all the glory for finding it, I beat him to the punch. I posted a photo of the scene with the caption:

    “Lake [college] in [city], now open for swimming, fishing and water skiing”.

    Got a ton of likes and comments off of that one, so overall I made the right choice.

    Whether something will be successful or not is completely a judgment of the crowd around you. If you think that a post is major and will catch their fancy, then slap that bad boy on your wall!


    What you should post

    When it comes to posting, there are three kinds of posts you should aim for: funny posts, important posts about yourself, and posts with friends.


    The Funny

    Women, and men alike, love a person who knows how to rip out a good laugh. They come off as entertaining people who know how to make a conversation interesting. People who can make these posts are the ones that people follow constantly and like their statuses, even if they aren’t that funny.

    I do have issues with directly copying someone, so I put my own twists on it. Eventually, you too should learn how to come up with your own unique funny statuses. Using statuses made by someone else should only be used to inspire and give you the right idea of what to post, not to be transformed into a source of dependency.

    If you need other sources of inspiration, read humor, check out comedians, learn how to drop puns and observe detail. A personal favorite of mine is Groucho Marx, who is recognized greatly for his clever wit and observation. Jim Gaffigan is a comedian that is great with taking something simple and making it stupid and ridiculous. If you need any more inspiration, look up quotes and apply it to something ridiculous or expose something weird about it. This is how I operate when it comes to posting funny.


    The Sincere

    If you have something very special to you, or something completely not-funny has happened, then this is where you lay it off on the funny. These kinds of posts are where you reveal something about yourself and take things on a softer tone. They can be about something serious, like a family member, or it can be something about you, like a job or something that you do.

    For example, I have autism (yea, you’re probably finding that hard to believe), and for a majority of my life it has been something that has affected me deeply. Recently, someone posted a photo on Facebook about “Spreading the Word to End the Word”. Since this was something directly pertaining to me, and it does infuriate me when someone uses the word “retard” as a negative connotation, I shared the photo and posted about four sentences about my life with autism, and then at the end I said “So before you think about using the word “retard” as an insult, think about who you are using it around”. That share got more likes and interaction than any of the other five shares combined.

    Doing this shows that you’re not just this huge hot shot who doesn’t give a rat’s ass about anything else. It actually shows that you have a heart and you’re not afraid to show it, and this, my friends, women do find attractive as well.


    The Sociable

    If you are making big plans, or you have big plans coming up with friends, don’t do it over text message. Do it on their walls. Make your huge plans public to the world! For example, I made plans to celebrate my 20th Birthday in Mad-Town with my friends. More towards the time it’s going to happen, I’m going to post on Facebook, and I will tag the involved friends in it, the following:

    “Watch out Mad-Town, because the Birthday Boy Swagman is coming to rock ya!”

    This status update displays multiple things. It shows that I am a man who has an exciting life, filled with activity. It also shows that I am highly social person who gets out and does special things. This status is also a two in one, because it shows my 20th birthday, and it shows that I’m going to be partying with my friends.

    Another way of being social is to post on friend’s walls. If you find something relevant to them, show them! I post on other’s walls every now and again. It’s a great way to keep in contact, and it demonstrates good value in terms of sociability. And it doesn’t have to be people your age. I get posts on my walls from older people and those who I work with. They tag me in interesting stuff and it shows up on my timeline. It gives me a ton of status when one of the biggest realtors in the state is constantly chatting with me. It’s one of those “have your connections” things.


    Cream of the Crop

    Now, from time to time again, you’re going to need to go back onto your timeline and clean it up a bit. Times change, and so do what you want people to see. Every now and again, I go back through and I delete all the dud statuses. The only time you do not delete a post is when someone else put it on your wall. In that case, you keep it there. But if you made it by your own hand, and it’s a status that you don’t like, then wipe it out of existence.


    As time goes on, and you consistently post popular posts, you will notice that more and more people will begin interacting with them. As people see that a post is popular, they will view you as popular, and they will automatically jump on their bandwagon. I got people on Facebook who will like my statuses no matter what it’s about, and that is because they view me as a popular person. Eventually, you will get the same thing too.

    One last note: I don’t think I need to remind any of you, but please, use proper grammar when posting.
    Last edited by KristiBell; 04-12-2013 at 06:24 AM.
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    Default Re: The Facebook Method 2.0

    Great advice, will be using it and see what kind of response I get.

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    Default Re: The Facebook Method 2.0

    Awesome advice, Swagman. Thanks for helping us beginners.

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    Default Re: The Facebook Method 2.0

    Thanks, glad I can be contributing something like this. The part on messaging, and the part that you all probably want the most, will be out within the next week or so. I have a few tests coming up that I need to study for, and I have a big project due in a week. Instead of rushing it, I would like to make sure that what I post will be coherent, precise, and able to help you out in the best way possible.
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    Default Re: The Facebook Method 2.0

    Awesome. I can't wait to read what you have to add to this. What has been posted so far is great.

    Good luck on your tests, Swagman!

    -Niko

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    Part 3: What you all are actually interested in

    And now, we finally come to that one thing that everyone here wants to see the most: using the Facebook Messenger. The messenger is one of those crucial things to when it comes to picking up women on Facebook. Know how to use it, and you’re golden. Fail to do so, and you will only build bad rep for yourself.


    How should I start a conversation with her Swagman?

    Well, I can tell you that being a college student, I have had ZERO success with almost all of the canned openers. I say almost because there is one canned opener that has worked, and I do continue to use from time to time. I can most definitely tell you that “hello” or “hey” will get you jack squat, so avoid those like the plague. When it comes to opening, you have to separate yourself from the normal Facebook crowd in a good way. After all, no girl will respond to the boring typical guy.

    There’s multiple ways you can go about with firing up that first initial contact. I’ll go through a few of the most successful ones I’ve had:


    Poke, Pull, and Play

    This was one of the first canned openers that I had ever tested when it came to facebook game. In the early stages of doing it, and to this day, it has yielded some success, especially with the people I already had some contact with.

    It’s quite simple to execute. All you have to do is poke her, and when she pokes back, message her the following:

    “Did you just poke me?”

    From there, all you have to do is just tease her and play along with it.

    My only issue with the Poke Method is that its success rate is about in the middle. First, you need to depend on the belief that she will poke back. Second, you need to depend on the belief that when you send her the message, she will reply back. Third, you need to depend on the belief that she will play along AND continue to do so. If at any point one of these fails, then you’re basically screwed when it comes to her. However, when it does work, it can yield some pretty fun and decent results.


    The Stalker Method

    Despite the name I gave it, this is actually the most successful method I have had yet. Every time I have used this, I have never gotten a negative response back, nor has it never gotten me zero replies. One thing to note before we get into this: This works best for people in school, same workplace as the target, same city or area as the target, just basically any situation where it is possible to see her in public.

    The reason I have named this the Stalker Method is because of the fact that this will involve a bit of creeping on her profile. You may call it “reconnaissance”, but let’s be real: it’s creeping.

    Anyways, the first part to this is to friend her. This helps for two reasons. One, it lays down the first block of association between you two. Two, as you will see latter in the guide, it helps to be Facebook friends for a bit instead of some random guy messaging you.

    Next, you need to check out her likes, where she’s been, what she’s done, what her hobbies are, anything you can get on her. As you’re going through this, keep in mind of any similar things the two of you share. For example, if you both like T-Pain, keep that in mind. Find commonalities between the two of you, because you’re going to expose it in the next part.

    The last part to this is to lie and open. Your opener will be a question relating to a mutual aspect the two of you share that in the most likely case is definitely not true. However, her interest will be piqued. The key to this is to make it seem like you saw her in public doing something related to your similar interest. And don’t worry about the lying part. As they say in pick-up, “It isn’t lying, it’s flirting”.

    Here is an example: There was this girl I was interested in on Facebook, but the two of us had never met. I knew we both went to the same college, but that was about it. However, after a bit of creeping, I discovered that the two of us shared a mutual love for jazz, especially Duke Ellington. So, after immediately recognizing that in relation to the interest there was a jazz festival of the same name, I opened with the following on her:

    “Excuse me, but did I see you wearing an Essentially Ellington shirt today?”

    This opener immediately sparked a conversation that ran for weeks and still goes on today. Why did it work? First, I struck a major interest of hers, and even if it is true or not, she’s going to be interested. Second, we've been friends on Facebook for a while, so it is possible for me to have noticed what she looks like in public, and it completely eliminates the feeling that I actually creeped on her profile to get everything I needed for that opener. As I once heard, the best way to sell your product is to make it look like you’re not selling anything. Same thing goes with opening to women on Facebook. Although women can easily detect when a guy is hitting on them, it’s easy to throw them off if you play your cards right.

    Here’s another example:

    There was another girl that I was interested in on Facebook, but one that again I had never met before. However, I had noticed that we both liked dubstep. So, drawing upon my knowledge of all things bass, I dropped this opener on her:

    “Excuse me, but did I see you today jamming to Bassnectar?”

    Needless to say, this also worked well for me. Here are some other ones I have used:

    (Humanities Major) “Hey, didn't I see you reading some Virginia Woolfe earlier in the library?” (Woolfe is associated with the Humanities)

    (Running) “Excuse me, but weren't you the girl that was blazing through the crowd during that 5k?


    Thanks Swagman, but these things look like they take a whole load of time. Is there a quicker way?

    Sadly, not really. The biggest misconception that guys rushing to Facebook make is that the rules to picking up women on there is the same as on a dating website. There are huge differences between the two, the most prominent of them being that the woman you are hitting on randomly may not be interested in someone randomly hitting on her. This will result in her either ignoring you or blocking you. If you do strike gold, then good for you.

    Picking up women on Facebook in the initial stages is an “ease into it” phase. Move too quickly, and she will freak. However, you can wait all you want with her. A week, a month, a year, three years, whatever floats your boat.


    Swagman, when should I message her?

    Anytime. Facebook messaging is just simply text messaging. It doesn’t matter when she’s on when you send one. If you send a message, all you need to be conscious about is the time intervals in when you send it. Don’t immediately respond to her, because this just shows that you are a guy who doesn’t have a life. Add some spontaneity to it, I didn’t respond to one girl for three days. And then after that, I just responded and sent the conversation back on course.


    Alright, what should I message her?

    Facebook messaging game is just glorified text game that can show you if she’s ignoring you or not. Same rules apply to basic conversation: flirt with her, increase attraction, build interest, the works. It’s better, because the ability to interact with her is increased significantly by the ability to send links, interact with her wall and posts, and so on. In all things considering, however, they are virtually the same.


    How do I get her number Swagman?

    If you play your cards right, she will give her number to you when she’s ready. It’s all a matter of how much she trusts you and how much attraction and interest you have built. If you have done it pretty well, then the next time you cut off a conversation, she will give it to you.

    If you are that impatient, however, there are ways to get a number out of her. One method I like, and that I found on the forums, involves asking her to text you instead of messaging you, even though she doesn't have your number. This will spur a mini-conversation that will end in her giving you her number. However, given that it’s Facebook, and women are generally more protective of themselves on the site, I think it would be very difficult to get a number out of her without the proper level of attraction and interest.
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    Default Re: The Facebook Method 2.0

    Well, that just about finishes it up for the guide. If I discover some new tips and tricks, I will add them to this. Other than that, if you have any questions, feel free to whip them out, and I will do my best to answer them.
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    Default Re: The Facebook Method 2.0

    If you send a message, all you need to be conscious about is the time intervals in when you send it.
    golden info


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