Words you shouldn’t use include “my cats”, “drama”, “girlfriends”, “retirement”, and “karaoke”.See how this headline gives you a snapshot of who this woman is and what she’s interested in? This headline won’t tell men anything about this woman and how they could be compatible with her.Studies show women who wear red in their profile photo receive more initial messages from men than women who don’t, but that’s the only thing that’s right with this pic. And avoid selfies as well as group and overly sexualized pictures — I beg of you.See how it looks like she just rolled out of bed late for Sunday brunch with the girls? Not only are selfies way overplayed, but they really only make sense in the context of a social media site like Instagram.Similar to the “just checking this out” headline above, coming off like online dating is chore to you will be a turnoff to men.Honest, confident, humble, funny, friendly — this is how you want to be, not aloof.Smartphones have some awesome camera capabilities now, so get your best friend to take updated photos of you and help you determine what pose and background looks good.
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.
Play around with a few headlines before you decide on the final one. It implies a negative connotation that she doesn’t really want to be online dating and didn’t feel like taking the time to present herself in the best light.
When writing the text for your profile, there aren’t any hard-and-fast rules, but there are several things you want to keep in mind to make sure you’ll attract men.
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?
) and then jumped right into what she doesn’t want in a man?