Open with an exciting travel story or a humorous anecdote that hints at your personality.
In this example, the first line of this profile immediately gives her something pleasurable to visualize, so within the first couple words she’s already imagining her tropical vacation with you, filled with warm blue water and cute sea turtles.
With that in mind, here are three other posts that directly addresses some of the dating challenges that women face: A Dating Exercise For Women, the Amazing Follow-up, and A Huge Dating Secret For Women. This is where the strong and independent fallacy takes shape.
Enjoy] I read so many online dating profiles that I get dizzy. A woman wants a strong and independent man so she incorrectly believes that a man wants a strong and independent woman. Men want a feminine women but one who is resilient and self-reliant. As men are rational and logical creatures regarding dating, a woman should specifically state what she offers in terms of what a man actually wants.
(I guess I have the left and right brain thing going.) Now, let me introduce you to my friend Diane: Diane is an accountant who travels to a new country every year, loves to cook (especially lasagna), is from the South, and whose favorite hobby is making quilts. Now I’d like to describe myself in online dating profile form: I’m fit, intelligent, and I love to laugh and have fun.
My family and friends are the most important things in my life, and I’m lucky to be surrounded by great people.
The vast majority of women’s online dating profiles are completely and utterly generic: Walks on the beach, shopping, I’m fabulous, I love my dog, no games, family and friends are important. Such generic text does not speak well of a woman’s sense of honest introspection. Bad photos tell men that the woman really isn’t making much of an effort. A list is not the stuff of romance unicorns and rainbows. Logic and reason are masculine qualities and a woman must communicate to such an audience with her profile. If a woman wants to use this example, she best do a serious inventory of what she offers a man.
Here’s another huge mistake that a woman makes – she describes herself in terms of what she wants in a man.
I’m fit, intelligent, and I love to laugh and have fun.
My family and friends are the most important things in my life, and I’m lucky to be surrounded by great people. The key to online dating is to differentiate yourself, lest you fall into “Generic Profile Land.” Some common phrases to avoid include: I think puns are a sign of intelligence…
If you fail to do either of those two things, she’s instantly moving on to the next guy.
But if she likes what she’s seeing, she’ll keep reading – and more importantly, she’ll be way more likely to respond to your message.
In this fast-paced, social media-dependent world, we rely on the Internet for everything – from keeping in touch with old school friends and career networking to ordering takeaways and finding a cat-sitter for that weekend away.