5 ways to tell if someone you met online likes you


These are the tell-tale signs to look for, according to our dating and relationships expert

1.They usually respond quickly

If someone is generally interested in you, they won’t and don’t make you wait. They often respond minutes after you send your message. If it’s not possible to do so because they're busy, then they’ll let you know. A person who genuinely likes you looks forward to talking with you; they don’t see why you should wait or be left in the dark. They’ll try to keep always keep an open line.

2. They message often

No matter how busy they get, they will always find the time to talk to you or respond to your messages when you need them. You will feel that they have you on their list of priorities.

3. They use Emojis

Although communication is digital, you can already guess from emojis if someone likes you or not and how the emojis become more 'hearty' over time. This is one way to detect if someone takes the time to formulate those messages and make it extra special.

4. They pay close attention

When it comes to chatting with someone online, we tend to be eager. It's either we send a lengthy chat or cover whatever it is we want to share in separate sentences. The bottom line is, we may flood someone's inbox the more excited and engrossed we become.

But if a person likes you, they pay close attention. They'll see to it that they back read your multiple chats and reply to every single one (if they can). They'll make sure to keep the conversation going.

5. They accommodate your platform of choice

There's a lot of ways to communicate with someone in this digital age. It's either you exchange text messages, send memes, chat, go on video chats, or call each other.

The choice that pushes you to try any of these platforms all boils down to comfort. If a person likes you, they'll respect and accommodate to your platform of choice. Are you the type who sends multiple text messages? They'll respond and keep you posted, then. Do you want late night calls? Done deal. As long as the two of you are talking, they're okay with it.