Tips writing internet dating profile
In the previous section, we showed you how to select great photos for your profile.
Now it's time to write a kick-ass bio that describes how awesome you are!
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" Another approach is to ask a silly question along the lines of: "Someone told me that online dating sites are littered with strange people, so I figured I should filter out the weirdos by asking some serious questions.
Your goal is to be perceived as a person who is interesting and fun, not someone who is dull or creepy.
7) Check Your Spelling Finally, make sure to spell-check your profile and avoid using shortened versions of words like 'u' instead of 'you'.
Here's an example: "I'm convinced that 'Hit me Baby, One More Time' by Britney Spears is the best song of all-time… " b) You can also try including questions in your profile to catalyze a conversation.
Women may think you're boring and cannot get dates in real life.
To make things easier, you can do a few things in your profile like stirring up an emotional reaction that will entice her to message you, or including questions for her to answer.
a) If you stir up an emotional reaction in your profile, you'll generally get more responses.
For example, we've had great success using headlines like "I can count to 10 with my eyes closed." We've received messages from women who say stuff like "Hahaha that's impressive, I like a man who is good with numbers!
" Here are some examples of online dating headlines that have worked well for our profiles: "Well, here I am. " "Movie-lover seeks hand to hold until the last credits roll." "I can count to 10 with my eyes closed." "Are you hitting on me?