You'll want to write a profile that represents you and what you're looking for.
To help, we've compiled a few online dating profile examples and enlisted the help of relationship experts Laura Schreffler and Craig Donaldson to get you on your way to writing the perfect online dating profile for you.
The result: a set of rules for what you should and shouldn’t say when introducing yourself. Let’s go: Netspeak, bad grammar, and bad spelling are huge turn-offs.
Our negative correlation list is a fool’s lexicon: was also a successful word, but much less so (33%).
Since many women in the community are looking for a romantic relationship, I decided to write a series of senior dating tips, based on my conversations with our members.
This first article will cover the first thing that most people see when they find you on any relationship-focused website – your profile.
With hundreds of dating sites and hundreds of thousands of potential partners, even knowing where to begin is difficult.
‘People have to imagine how they’ll fit into your life, so describing yourself as a “bookworm and internet addict” makes them feel they’d never see you,’ explains match.com’s relationship expert Kate Taylor.
‘Play up your love of anything sporty, outdoorsy or public – like concerts and exhibitions.’ Wouldn’t you know, profile photos that demonstrate you playing your guitar or downhill skiing – even if your face isn’t showing – get more messages.
Start by finding the dating site that's right for you and your budget.
Then, do your research; think about what you are looking for, and find out how to attract that kind of person.