Magnetic Messaging Review
Ok guys, you need the REAL inside scoop on what the magnetic messaging program is all about so that you can decide if it lives up to the hype and whether it’s worth your money. I actually purchased the program in pdf format and read it all the way through to find out for myself.
Now I’m going to give you everything you need to know about this product. I’ll lay out what the program is all about, and if you still have questions, hit me up with a comment and I’ll give you a straight up answer. If you’d rather head on over to the official site, here is the link:
Summary | Magnetic Messaging Program
If you’re in a hurry, I’ll summarize everything for you in this section. The author, Bobby Rio, breaks the entire process down into 3 steps:
- The initial meeting
- The phone game
- The date
The magnetic messaging pdf ebook discusses all three stages, but mainly focuses on the role of the “phone game” in the entire process. This is because the phone–and specifically, texting–is the form of communication that you use to move yourself across all the stages of today’s dating scene (and beyond).
You’ve probably heard of the “key lock sequence” used in magnetic messaging. This is the author’s step-by-step method designed to score the date, keep the girl interested and move past the dating stage to the relationship stage. Here are the components:
- Sparking an emotion in the girl you are interested in (stirring up emotion through texting)
- Making a connection (how to text your way to making a connection)
- Handling logistics (This is the “sealing the deal” phase, discussing how to smoothly transition from the first two steps to actually asking a girl out).
When I purchased Magnetic Messaging, I expected a few examples of some good texts to use to get dates with girls. What surprised me about the program is that it digs into the psychology of women and human behavior, along with communication and dating. So while texting is the central strategy, what this program is really all about is understanding how the female mind works and how to use that knowledge to end up with more (and better) dates.
Bobby Rio | Magnetic Messaging Author
Bobby Rio is the man behind the wildly popular Magnetic Messaging Program. In addition, Rio is the founder and Editor-In-Chief of TSB Magazine (tsbmag.com), a website dedicated to offering guys dating and lifestyle tips and advice.
Rob Judge, a writer for TSB Magazine, also contributed to the Magnetic Messaging product.
Rio acknowledges his own prowess with girls in person, but credits Judge with the texting “key lock sequence” that the MM system is based on.
In addition to his work on MM, Rio is the author of several dating and relationship ebooks available on Amazon Kindle.
My Own Testing Of The Magnetic Messaging System
Note: For parts of this review, I (Alexandra) solicited feedback from my cousin Alex. This section on testing the program is authored solely by him so that I could give you a completely male perspective on how the magnetic messaging system works in real life:
Hey guys, Alex here. I’m going to jump right into my testing of the program. So after reading through all the material, I had a pretty good grasp of what to do. But the proof’s in the pudding, right? I decided to put the system to a test with a couple of girls I know, just to see if magnetic messaging works in the real word or is just some fluffy theory. Note: While the girls mentioned below are real, I have changed their names for their privacy.
Case Study #1: Haley
I met Haley recently through at a social gathering. We seemed to connect a bit, but I really wasn’t sure if she was being polite or actually liked me. So I was a little nervous about asking for her number. Fortunately, Haley and I have a mutual friend, and the friend gave me her number. (I know, I know, I took the cowardly path). Nevertheless, I fired off the first text, following the magnetic messaging system. The goal of the first text was to grab her attention and distinguish myself from every other guy that texts her. This put me a bit out of my comfort zone, since I am usually pretty conservative.
Within five minutes, Haley texted me back, and even used a slightly flirty tone. Hmmm. Maybe there is something to this, I thought. So I sent text #2, again following the “script” of the magnetic messaging training guide. Having stirred up some emotion in her (as indicated by the flirtiness), I wanted to make a connection with her. Bingo. She again texted back, and I started to get that cool feeling when you start to realize you are really hitting it off with a hot girl. For text #3, it was time to set up the date, and at this point I was feeling pretty confident.
Haley came back with a bit of a curveball, but I remembered reading about how to handle such situations. So I used the recommended followup, adding another request to meet up for a date. Apparently this did the trick, and the date was on!
Case Study #2: Madison
Madison is a girl that I have a hopeless crush on but have always been stuck in the friend zone with. So I thought, why not give the system a try. What do I have to lose? I usually send her the “doting, caring, friend” texts, like “Hey, just checking on you” or, “Hey, just wanted you to know I miss you!” What sucks is that the magnetic messaging system says to never send these kind of texts if you ever want to date a girl. Great. Not surprisingly, I’ve always gotten a short, unemotional response, or no response at all.
So I decided to change my tactics and go for it. Text #1: A bold (yet witty) text about how I planned to spend my night and a question about how she would spend hers. Based on our history, I didn’t expect much of a response, even using the MM system. But, back she texted, commenting on my plans with an lol included. Text #2: Because of our history, I had a handful of inside jokes from which to draw to cleverly use to try and make a connection, so that’s what I did. I altered one of the example texts to fit our situation and fired it off.
This time she came back with a funny, (almost) flirty response. We exchanged a couple more texts of this nature before I politely ended the conversation. There is a reason I ended the conversation–even though it was going well–which is explained in the program. Also, Madison lives in another state, and there is a particular strategy used in these situations. So I didn’t ask her out (yet), and I can’t honestly say if she will ever go out on a date with me because I just don’t know yet. But I did have a really cool conversation, unlike any I’d ever had with her.
I expected the Magnetic Messaging PDF and bonus materials to offer a basic overview of how to text girls, with a few examples. But after reading all the material in the main guide, I realized there is much more to the program. It explores the female mind and shows you why you should text in the style and sequences layed out in the program. I feel like I learned a ton about how women think and how to communicate with them to have a shot at dating them.
Sadly for me, I noticed a lot of the romantic strategies I generally use are the WORST things I should be doing. (One example is in case study #2 above). But I’m glad I know the error of my ways now; maybe there is hope for me yet.
There is a lot of material, but it flows well and there are a lot of example texts and even entire text exchanges to help illustrate how and why the system works. The program goes beyond texting and explains how to act on dates and how to cultivate a genuine relationship. I also like that the system isn’t designed to manipulate girls, but give decent guys like us a chance to have a meaningful relationship with them.
The system is based largely on texting girls you have recently met and have gotten a number from. The program does touch on how to interact with girls you meet, but I would have liked to seen a little more detailed instruction on this, since it is a problem area for me. I would have also liked more instruction on how to transition from talking to a girl to getting her number.
The material gets pretty graphic and explores topics that may be offensive to some readers. For example, in the main Magnetic Messaging Ebook, the author drops the f-bomb a few times, discusses how to get girls to send naked pictures of themselves to you and how to bring up having threesomes. So if you are looking for a more PG-rated guide, this one is not for you.
Finally, there is a lot of material. If you don’t like reading, you may be put off by the length of the main guide and by the volume of the added material and bonuses. To be honest, I haven’t had time to review all of the bonus material, so I don’t know if some of it is just fluff thrown in to make the package look more valuable. From what I have read, the quality is on par with the main guide. As I finish all the material, I will add the information to the review here on this website.
The Verdict: Will Magnetic Messaging Work For You?
Everyone is different, and I don’t know if you will end up getting more dates, but I feel good about your chances. I will add that the Magnetic Messaging system taught me much more than I expected. I have a much better understanding of how girls think and how to approach them. And after testing the system a couple of times, I know that it can work. I definitely have more confidence in my approach with girls at this point, and am thrilled at the responses I have gotten so far by following the system.
Tips On Purchasing The Magnetic Messaging PDF & System
If you decide to try the program, you should be aware of a few things. The Magnetic Messaging program costs $47. Some are claiming to offer the program for free or at discounts. But these are dishonest people that will most likely give you a pirated copy of some pdf version that doesn’t have everything included. I have been in touch with the author, and there are no current discounts. The only place you can be assured of getting the actual program is at the official site. You can use this link to get there: magnetic messaging.com.
There is a 60-day, no-hassle money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with the program. Note that you are only eligible for the refund if you have a proper receipt, which you can get if you purchase through the link above.
Still Have Questions?
If you weren’t able to find the answers to all of your questions in the above review, hit me up with a comment below or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll get back to you with answers.
— Your friend,