What’s your type of girl?
Advertising firms are tasked with developing detailed descriptions of the types of people their clients want to reach. Their methods for coming up with in-depth descriptions of their target audiences can help you develop a more specific idea of the types of women you want to meet. If you’re a dating newbie you might say you don’t have a type, and that’s alright; however, as you start going on more dates, you’ll start to formulate certain preferences.
Below is a quick, one-minute video about characteristics an ad firm takes into consideration when it defines its target audience for a given campaign.
(Disclaimer: I’m not affiliated with AdBoss in any way).
Some of the questions the video asks about characteristics of a target audience include:
Those kinds of details can apply to the type of girl you’re looking to meet as well. Picturing your ideal relationship will help you gather more information. Consider factors such as:
Developing that kind of criteria can be invaluable as you go out and meet women, but it doesn’t have to be too rigid. If you meet a woman who seems like a good match even though she works in the sciences when you pictured meeting someone who works in the arts, you can be a little lenient.
As author Peter McWilliams once said: “Our thoughts create our reality … where we put our focus is the direction we tend to go.”
So having an idea of what your type is will help you get into relationships with that type of girl. Having too broad of a definition of your dating pool is the fastest way to get into relationships with women you’re not compatible with.
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About Luke Harold Luke Harold is a journalist who has written for publications including the Philadelphia Inquirer and Orange County Register.