You see, during face to face communication other aspects such as body language, choice of clothing, individual scent, body language, poise etc. While extremely few people (if any) are strong in all the aspects, your one or two strong areas might be so endearing that the other person might forgive or not even notice the weaknesses. It should be cast you in positive light, but not overdone. While creating a screen name, it might help to zero-in on who you are and what you like to do (For example, "petiteblueeyez32" tells something about looks and age). Start with a good headline: yet another hurdle to get over. I can't bear to read another "looking for my knight in shinning armor" type of personal ad. Model yours on these, but please don't copy directly.
Now you have most of the basics of writing your dating profile covered. When writing your personal ad, remember that you are selling yourself. Also, the number responses increase dramatically when you post a photo.
And please do not post a suggestive photo on a serious dating or matchmaking site (it will not be published anyway). Prospects will look at this before deciding to whether to read any farther. Your headline should be short, descriptive, and easy to remember.
Study other peoples' headlines and see which ones attract you. Your interests, hobbies, what makes you good company, what you bring into the relationship.
The type of person you want: This may appear easy, but surprisingly most singles do not know what they are looking for beyond the basics.
Your personal ad is your first introduction to the person you want to meet. Not only that but writing your profile does other positive things to you like: 1. I cannot overemphasize the importance of a winning dating profile, especially for the single person seeking a serious relationship. You are going to take a few notes that will make your dating profile talk for you. There are three key points to writing an appealing dating profile: 1. Know what you want: think about what you are looking for such as: A serious relationship Casual relationship A date Marriage A discreet partner An escort A companion A friend, pen pal, or e-pal Experimentation Other things that it might help think of are: Kids or no kids (now or in future) Commitment Your sexual orientation/preference Age range Race, if its an issue Religion, if this is important to you Geographical proximity Educational background if thats important to you Write it down. Know yourself- Apart from the generic information such as your age, height and weight, you will need to know your qualities, assets and liabilities as well as hobbies, likes and dislikes. Your assets: Some things to think about are: Sense of humor Romantic Confident Sociable Honest Intelligent Ready for commitment Compassionate Open-minded Intelligent The above are just examples, and dont even scrape the surface. Write down everything, however trivial or ridiculous. Your liabilities: these may just be opposites of assets (above) or more. Here are some examples: Greedy Cheap Jealous (not always a bad thing) Afraid of commitment Depressive Prejudiced Substance abuse or history of Bossy Hard to live with Nagger Other things to think about: What are your strengths?
Forces you to look deeper into yourself and get to know the real you. Allows you to be specific about the kind of person you are looking for, beyond the basics. Know the type of person you want Lets break each of these down farther: 1.
But how do you streamline your profile to get those matches you’re interested in?
What is considered to be magnetic is highly subjective, as you can’t win over everyone with the same method.