Online dating profiles are the equivalent of meeting someone in person in terms of representing yourself and what it is that you are interested in
Experts agree that keeping it simple and being honest are two of the most important factors in creating a profile
Your profile is like a “vending machine, put in the right location where there are hungry people going by, and it can make you money 24/7”
Remember what your folks taught you about first impressions?
It still matters Online.
You do not have to be Earnest Hemmingway when writing a profile, but obvious spelling errors make you look lazy – a definite turn-off to women
You really want to make sure that you can present yourself in the best possible light, while maintaining the honesty and sincerity of who you are.
There is no sense in creating a false image of yourself if you are serious about eventually making the transition from online dating to offline meetings
1.) Create a Positive Self Image - Avoid using negative wording, such as hate, not, never, etc.
Many online profiles are filled with negative statements that are naturally overlooked by potential partners who aren’t interested in getting involved with someone who has a negative outlook on life
By focusing on positive reflections and phrasing, you will be able to create an appealing profile that attracts a large number of possible matches, as well as ensuring that the people who contact you are as positive.
Example of positive versus negative phrasing:
Positive: ‘I prefer women who love the outdoors”. Negative: ‘I hate women who never like to go outside.’
2.) Describing Yourself
When it comes to summarizing your likes, dislikes, and essentially who you are, you want to describe yourself in the most appealing way possible, while once again, being honest.
Balance this out by showcasing your interests, and describing why you’d make a great partner while avoiding coming across as someone who is egotistical or self-involved.
Confidence is exceptionally attractive but you need to make sure that you are approachable, and that those reviewing your profile will feel that they could be comfortable with you.
3.) Be Memorable
When it comes to online dating, there are literally thousands, if not millions of profiles available online.
You need to make sure yours stands out in a positive way.
The more information you can provide about yourself and you’re your lifestyle, the better.
Instead of summarizing your interests, take the time to provide a thorough, detailed overview of what you are all about.
Use creative wording and detailed phrasing so that you can give people a real, solid idea of who you are.
Example: Rather than simply stating that you like music, describe the exact type of music you like, as well as specific artists or genres.
The same goes for sports, hobbies or other interests.
The more detailed you are the better.
Please register your profile today and share this information with all the Loving Persons in your life.