Does it drive you nuts when you find a woman who you've just got to meet..never actually get the chance to?
Once you figure out the sites you want to setup profiles on, then you need to look at how you’re presenting yourself.
Again, if you want to date a music producer, dressing like a school teacher in your photos is probably not going to catch his attention.
Alright, I had held off reviewing any “online dating” guides until now because personally I think that 99% of these guides are frankly completely worthless.
But, guys have been asking me for my opinion on Dave M’s classic Insider Internet Dating system, so I figured that you all deserved an unbiased review…
"Recognize when you're repeating something that you've heard," said Dan, one of the attendees, and then try to eliminate it from your profile. It needs to be the "hook." The "about" section is where you can sound most generic, Eggers told Dan, so make sure you hook people in like you would in a book.
Have you ever written a woman whose profile intrigued you to no end..to hear nothing but crickets chirping and pins dropping in return?
By the same token, if you look like a video vixen in all your photos, don’t expect to attract high-end men who value you for your personality.
Writing a dating profile is much like writing an article or a novel — if I haven't grabbed you by now, you've already swiped left and clicked to the next best thing to read.
On Saturday, author and editor Dave Eggers helped San Franciscans increase their chances of a lifelong match by editing their online dating profiles at a National Independent Bookstore Day event at Books Inc. Eggers became famous with his 2000 autobiography, "A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius," and in 2013 wrote "The Circle," a dystopian novel based loosely on life at Silicon Valley tech companies like Google and Facebook.