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.
I have a simple, foolproof process for writing profiles that starts with a casual interview, in person or on the phone.
Then, I write your profile using your own words and phrases, exactly the way you said them. " Here are some excerpts from among the hundreds of profiles I've written for my clients: "What else can you expect if we were to date?
My family, relatives, loved ones and friends are my treasures. I am told I am handsome and younger looking than my age.” After Dynamic Dating Profiles: My Italian born Nona lived with us most of my childhood.
My grandparents were born in Italy–I love to cook and break bread together. I had to speak Italian if I wanted something other than pasta for lunch.
Writing your own profile, however, can be very difficult.
Even the best writers hire professionals to write their bios for them.
One of the biggest mistakes people make with writing a profile is blending into the masses.
You may have a great personality and a wide variety of interests that others would find attractive, but if you don’t know how to write about these things in ways that will spark interest, you will find yourself with minimal results at best.
In this part of the tutorial, I am going to take a common profile example that would fail to stand out from the crowd, and then re-write it in a way that is optimized towards making others take notice.