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Tinder Webinar #3: Post-Sex Retention

Colt Williams’s Tinder Webinar #3 is now online (and if you’re on the launch list, you should’ve already received the link). This is the last short webinar before we release the complete Tinder system presentation and open up the cart this Tuesday, January 20th.

tinder webinar #3

In today’s webinar, you’ll discover:

Tinder Webinar #2: Using Tinder Efficiently

We’ve just completed uploading and arranging Webinar #2 in Colt’s Tinder webinar series – his second video is live. If you’re already signed up to receive the updates on the launch, you should already have an email in your inbox containing the link to the second video.

tinder webinar

In Webinar #2, you’ll learn:

Tinder Webinar #1: An Unconventional Opener

After lots of nearly-sleepless nights getting all the pieces ready and a lot of hard work from the team, I’m extremely pleased to let you know that our new site for Colt’s Tinder program is up and running – and his first webinar is LIVE.

tinder webinar

In Webinar #1, you’ll learn:

  • A bit about Colt’s background with Tinder

“Get Laid On Tinder” System: What Should We Include?

All right gents, it’s been a while coming, but we’re nearly ready with Colt’s Tinder system. Apologies for the delays – I know everybody wanted this YESTERDAY, but I’ve been trying to ensure that when we get this one out, we make it good, we make effective… and we do it with style.

2014: The Year in Review + Top 64 Posts, & Passing the Torch

The year’s drawing to a close, and like we did last year this time, I’d like to review this year’s top posts... both in my own humble opinion, and judging by the interest from comments and social shares.

2014 saw 268 articles (well, 270, including this one and Cody’s piece on meeting women on New Year’s that goes up tomorrow) written by 15 different contributors (several with only one to three articles, but many with a whole lot more). Leading the charge were:

  • Hector Castillo’s 4 articles on getting girls in college and the power of ‘alone’

  • Darius Belejevas’s 5 articles on sexy attire for summer and winter alike

  • Halvor Jannike’s 6 scribings on revamping your mind and approach

  • Drexel Scott’s 7 pieces on attitudes toward women and being a man

  • J.J. Jones’s 7 articles on making things happen fast and taking them sexual

  • Ross Leon’s 15 articles on getting your mind right and getting women bought in

  • Cody Lyans’s 24 meditations on being intriguing, seductive, and romantic

  • Alek Rolstad’s 33 pieces on fast sex, sexuality, and cultural norms

  • Colt Williams’s 49 articles on women’s minds, cougars, and next level seduction

  • And my (Chase Amante’s) 112 articles on mindsets, seduction, and relationships

... not to mention a contribution apiece from Eric Reeves, Ethan Fierre, Robert Hortzclaw, and Sarah Williams (that last not so popular), and two from Will Legend.

(the author links above link to each writer’s catalog of articles)

2014 year in review

Also, I’m going to use this post to talk about plans for Girls Chase for the New Year, and what you can expect to see this 2015 – we’ll do that at the bottom, after the article review here.

Why "Moving Slow" is the New Moving Fast

In the ongoing sexual arms race between men and women, the strategies for securing the highest caliber mates the most reliably are under constant evolutionary pressures. What that means for you is that as women get more accustomed to a certain kind of approach, that approach stops working, and certain other approaches must come to the fore.

Of course, as everyone knows, there’s nothing new under the sun, and just as what was new becomes old, what was old becomes new, in the ever-repeating cycle of life and love.

move slow

So it may surprise you to find out that, while the mantra of this site has been “move fast” since its date of conception, the times have changed, and in order to keep up with those changing times, we’re changing our tune too.

Because, you see, moving fast is so 2000s.

These days, moving fast is the old moving slow... and moving slow is the new moving fast.

Want to Win $200? Submit Your Online Dating Profile & Let's See What You Got...

contestHey fellas,

Quick announcement. I’ve agreed to supervise a contest my old pal (“Black Dragon” from the old mASF seduction community boards, if you ever used to frequent there) is running to select the best online dating profile.

Winner gets a $200 pot – and there’re going to be two winners.

How come? Because BD’s running the contest with two sets of judges – one made up of women ages 18 to 32, and the other women ages 33 to 49.

It’s possible that if your profile is BLAZING good, you may win BOTH pots – a cool $400. There’s your car payment for the next month or two (or a two-year subscription to Girls Chase!).

2013: The Year in Review + 49 Top Posts

It's been a prolific year for writing on Girls Chase - we've seen 250 new articles hit the site this year, from 10 different contributors. If you're curious about individual tallies, we're at:

  • 2 articles by Eric Reeves on power dynamics

  • 2 articles by Ross Leon on getting in great shape and stopping judgment

  • 3 articles by J.J. Jones on getting investment and being attractive

  • 6 articles by Richard Weddel on cold reading and various other techniques

  • 7 articles by Cody Lyans on low-profile under-the-radar seductiveness

  • 12 articles by Alek Rolstad, on sexual frames, threesomes, and sex reports

  • 12 articles by Drexel Scott on NLP, frame-setting, and threesomes with girlfriends

  • 14 articles by Peter Fontes on social circle and various topics

  • 25 articles by Colt Williams on everything from sexting to entitlement to party sex

  • ... and 167 articles by me, Chase Amante, covering the full gamut of things we cover on this site (and a few topics we usually don't)

(links to each writer's list of articles when clicking on his name above)

2013 year in review

Since I don't want to appear biased in deciding, but also since I personally have 3x as many articles on here this year as everyone else combined, I've decided to split a "Best of 2013" list into two lists - 17 of the best articles by our other authors out of the 58 they've written, and 32 of the best articles out of the 167 I've put out. I tried to narrow it down more than this, but this is about as whittled down as I could get this list - descriptions for each article follow links, to help you choose what to read right now.

Unless you've read everything on here as it's come out, you're likely to find at least a couple of gems in here you haven't yet read - and even if you have, there are probably a few you'll have forgotten about, but will be happy to stumble across once more.

Here we go.