So, you are about to create your perfect online dating profile? Perhaps you’ve done all your homework, readied yourself to talk about how awesome you are, and found your best pic. Perhaps you even searched ‘online dating profile examples’ and grabbed a few tips from a cookie cutter profile from someone who is a serial online dater.
Let’s face it, you joined a online dating site or multiple sites and pay good money to save yourself the time, hassle, and effort of going out all the time looking for your next sexual partner. Personally, I stopped with the Match.com stuff years ago because I have more success with adult sex dating sites. These profile creation tips really go for a G-Rated dating site or an X-rated dating site, mind you. I do pride myself in providing the best reviews of sex dating websites, but you’ll never know that after reading my profile tips for success, because again, I keep things very cordial and casual on my profile.
Creating the Perfect Online Dating Profile
Work hard and long on making your profile something captivating. You don’t want a bare profile that people skim over and forget about after a quick look. You could have Timberlake’s looks but if you don’t have some substance, you are dead in the water. Many sites will give you nice ideas and fodder for creating an ideal online dating profile so it’s gotten easier over the years to come up with something that is detailed, yet not telling your life story.
- Use The Space Given to Make Generic Statements
Don’t just fill out the easy sections that offer question and answer topics. If a blank space is provided, use it to your ultimate advantage. Ask yourself a rhetorical question where you know the answer is an easy one to come off your tongue. Be creative, people like to see people trying to be different.
- Raise Questions Within Your Profile
This is my #1 top secret trick. Here’s an example that I took from an old profile I created where in the “About Me” section I figured, “hey, let’s try something slick.” It worked. Copy it, verbatim.
“On my days off I like to seize the day. I work out, do chores around the house, and then I go to Mario’s Pizza for a slice and a beer. Has anyone been there and just cherishes their buffalo chicken pizza? If so, please hit me up and the next slice is on me. You know it’s casual and busy, so there really won’t be any pressure and if we don’t connect for some reason, you can’t argue with a slice of Mario’s best selling pizza, right? We’ll be leave happy regardless.”
What I did there was create a topic that can be mutually appreciated. I also left it open ended. You’d be surprised how much pizza I ate in the coming months after writing that in my profile. (I’ve since changed it to a sushi reference which is working even better. Always test!)
- Dreams, Goals, Desires
Again, your just looking to get someone to have a matching profile and similar interests. It could be you like to ride bikes, travel to Paris, or even do Yoga or Spinning. That part doesn’t matter – what matters is you are creating fodder that will generate an opinion and a reaction.
- Don’t Mention Your Past Relationships
You may be hurt and want to tell people you are on the rebound, but leave that for the movies. It doesn’t work in real life. People will think two things.
1) You have recently broken up.
Most people make attempts at getting back together. Nobody wants the drama of that in their life.
2) You are a psycho.
You may not be, but mentioning your ex CAN put off that thought. So go at this one carefully and don’t make any specific references.
With that in mind, you are now ready to head out on your first date. For a sure thing, read my Fuckbook.net review. It’s like hitting the fast forward button before you go on a date – the women there know what they want, as well as what you want. You can thank me later.
Here are some examples of what not to do with your online dating profile pics.