Take Her Social Media, Not Her Number

 Take Her Social Media, Not Her Number

Social media presents so many more advantages

We keep getting asked whether it’s better to swap social media or phone numbers with a woman.

The answer is undoubtedly: GET HER SOCIAL MEDIA DETAILS.

Here’s a comprehensive guide explaining why Instagram is a stronger seduction platform than a simple phone number.

The key points are summarised below:

  • Swapping social media details seems more casual, so she’s more likely to agree to it.
  • It helps build passive attraction. She sees how awesome your life is without you having to boast about it.
  • It helps build comfort and trust. She can see who you are.
  • If you post regularly, it keeps you in the forefront of her mind. Most hot girls are addicted to Instagram!
  • Scalability. You can game thousands of girls simultaneously.
  • It helps you learn more about her and what she’s up to, making it easier to send relevant text messages at the right time.

Instagram is essentially the ultimate anti-flake tool!

The main argument for taking a phone number is that it sets more of a man-to-woman premise. You can counter-act that by SETTING A MAN-TO-WOMAN PREMISE WITH YOUR WORDS, then swapping social media details.

Another argument for swapping phone numbers is that your social media profile sucks and you hate taking photos. TOO BAD! This isn’t a trend that’s disappearing. Start working on it.

For discussions on how to improve your text game, either through text messaging or social media, check out our Message Game Telegram Group.

For ideas about attractive profiles, follow the Game Global co-founders on Instagram at @ciarancallam, @icewhiteofficial and @joeelvin.

Joe Elvin

Joe is a freelance lifestyle writer and co-founder at Game Global. His book 'The Thrill Of The Chase' explains how men can learn to enjoy being single. His book 'The Camera Never Lies' reveals the 17 lessons he learned after filming his dating life for a year. You can learn more at www.gameglobal.net/books

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