The one who wants to date “losers” or the one that wants to date “winners? 2) Go From Typical to Unique Read this profile and tell me if you recognize it: “I am a fun person who loves movies and music.
I like walks on the beach, good conversation, and dining out.
That photo where your skin looks all glowy and you can’t see your cankles? But the photo from 6 years, 25 pounds and two high-stress jobs ago?
Yes, you looked great, but you want to date someone who is attracted to you right now.
It’s vital that you are honest in your profile and through your photos so that you don’t meet (or interact) with others under false pretenses.
Beef up your profile to be more descriptive and unique.Keep your product’s major flaws out of the commercial.The obvious points of picking photos are to make them (1) flattering, and (2) accurate.Here are three specific profile tips you can use to improve your profile now: 1) Avoid Negativity Have you ever gone out on a first date where the person you were with complained about his/her work, ex, etc? Likewise, negativity is a major turnoff in your profile. I have friends who use Match and have had some terrible dates.” This begs to ask, “what are you doing here? If you have anything negative in your profile (“I hate country music,” “the last guy I dated was a liar and cheater,” “I’m sick of being alone,” “I’m sick of the bar scene,” etc.) then go edit it out immediately and replace it with something positive (“I love independent music and artists, like…”).” Now contrast that to this profile introduction: “I’ve heard online dating is a great way to meet awesome people and that’s why I want to meet you.” Which one of these profile intros is more attractive? Always be positive; not just in your profile, but also in life.Here are the top things I learned when working with people on theirs—that will work for you, too. But the e-Cyrano method would have you choose the best, most concise example of one time you were funny with an ex and put it into present tense: “When you have a bad day, I’ll dress like Homer (your favorite Simpsons character) and do impressions of him until you feel better.” 3) Write 200 words or less.