Almost every dating site lets you create a dating profile for free, (even lets you browse profiles for free), so make use of it.
Maybe you’ll see that one woman used a quote in her headline that you thought was clever and would attract a guy, or maybe you’ll notice another woman posted a video of herself instead of just photos.
The woman’s About section below is charming, detailed but not too long, insightful, and funny. See how this woman said three general things about herself (don’t most women love fun and wearing dresses and want a prince charming?
Here are 4 online dating profiles examples to attract men as well as some don’ts to watch out for: They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and that appears to be true.
Scientists at Barts, the London School of Medicine, and The University of North Texas suggest that looking at other people’s online dating profiles, finding what catches your eye, and then mirroring the good aspects in your own profile will bring you success.
Don’t focus on what you lack, but focus on what you can offer a man when you’re on a date and in a relationship. You shouldn’t be stuffing it with big words you never use. This will help you come across as sincere and genuine. You want to attract men who you’ll be attracted to in return, which means you need to include important details about yourself in your profile.
This includes specifics about your hobbies, religious beliefs, political stance, etc.
Besides using the example (and don’t) above as a starting point, here are several other tips for when you’re filling out your profile information: If you aren’t as intelligent as Marie Curie or as funny as Amy Schumer, then don’t try to come off like you are. Take some time to think about what you like about yourself and make that stand out in your profile.
Everyone has their own strengths, so concentrate on those. You’ll want your profile to sound like how you would actually talk. A good idea is to have your friend write your profile while you talk to her about your interests and what you’re looking for in a man.
You’ll also notice a typo at the end (“that” instead of “than”).
She comes off as mean, superficial, and demanding, and I’m guessing the men reading her profile think so, too.
See how this photo is clear, there aren’t any distractions in the background, and she isn’t covering her face with a hat or something? You’ll also want to mix up your photos with some headshots, full-body shots, action shots, etc., and make sure they match who you say you are.
So if you say you’re outdoorsy, then you should have at least one picture of you camping or hiking or skiing.
Your main photo is the first thing men will notice about you, so it’s worth taking the time to make sure it’s perfect.