Online dating is hardly any new trend, but sometimes people still feel a stigma attached to the process, which can make creating a profile even more stressful. Recently I’ve taken up revamping my friends’ profiles as a part of my charity work. And what I’ve come to find is that many men simply do not know how to market themselves in an online profile. So here are some tips that will hopefully increase your dating traffic:
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I realize that dudes don’t often sit around and ask each other, “So, do you want kids one day?” So when an online profile asks you all sorts of personal questions that don’t come up for a guy in his normal life, the natural response is to let loose. This is a mistake. We want to get an idea of who you are, but certainly not an autobiography. It’s no secret that our attention spans, when it comes to online reading, have significantly declined. No matter how fascinating your dreams of the future are, we will lose interest about how you love to run along the beach and move on to the next profile that keeps our attention.
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Think concise, yet specific–to you. New to online dating? Yes, so is the majority of the online dating community. Don’t put that in there. Sick of meeting people at the bar scene? No kidding. Rather than placing disclaimers (that we already know), try writing something tailored to you. Maybe you’ve gone out with one too many girls who’d rather discuss Kim Kardashian’s latest fashion faux pas. Or maybe you’re looking for someone who also shares a passion for discovering the new hot sushi spot. The more we get a feel for you, the more likely you are to find a great match. (By the way, witty = hot.)
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Choosing which photos to post might be the trickiest part because women can be super judgmental. That’s why you’re better off throwing in 6-7 images so that if there’s one that really turns her off, you have several more to back up how good-looking and amazing you are. But here are a few rules of thumb:
1. No pictures with other girls. We’re not impressed that you’ve got your arm around some hottie–just irritated.
2. We’re not as easily swayed as one might think by puppies and babies. Keep those to a minimum. If they’re in at all.
3. Selfies are a risky because they project the idea that you’re into yourself. Some girls (such as myself) will be turned off by this. Other girls might find this attractive. You just have to decide which type of girl you want to attract.
I realize online dating certainly has is stressors, but it does have its success stories, too. In fact, next weekend I’m throwing an engagement party for my friend Marie who met her fiancé Mark through one such site. What got her about his profile? A funny story and his love for craft beers.
Want me to enhance your online profile? Email or tweet me: chloecline34@gmail @chloecline