You can believe that "marriages are made in heaven" or not, but it is the mutual feeling of both people that makes it happen.
You don't want to be one of these men who keep browsing and never sign up. She is a former 'Russian mail order bride' with a degree in philosophy and a tongue-in-cheek view on the subject of international marriages.
I can tell you no one can afford to spend 2-3 hours a day on you if they intend to scam you; so the quality of your communication is paramount (see Tip #7).
It is a HUGE turn-off for Russian women is you talk about scams, in your profile or in your letters; we often read things like this in men's profiles: "Scammers and time wasters stay away" - this will push all real women away but not scammers!
(If you do not know how to get what you want, you need to research and read more information on the subject; on the subject of Russian women, I wrote a book that is long and detailed and will be a great help.)In short, she wants you to move this relationship forward, make suggestions about exchanging of contact information (email addresses, phone numbers etc), calling her on the phone, asking questions about her, organizing your personal meeting (visiting her at her home town, her visiting you or meeting elsewhere) - you are the Leader, and she is the follower. Give it to her and it will be easy for you to build a good relationship.
Don't move too fast or too slow; ask for her direct email after 2-3 mail exchanges on the site, ask for her phone number after exchanging 2-3 emails off the site, ask for her postal address after 2-3 weeks (and send her something special, maybe a small gift), ask her to meet in person after 2-3 weeks of talking on Skype and phone daily.