Here are 4 online dating profiles examples to attract men as well as some don’ts to watch out for: They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and that appears to be true.
Scientists at Barts, the London School of Medicine, and The University of North Texas suggest that looking at other people’s online dating profiles, finding what catches your eye, and then mirroring the good aspects in your own profile will bring you success.
Smartphones have some awesome camera capabilities now, so get your best friend to take updated photos of you and help you determine what pose and background looks good.
Or you could even hire a professional photographer to ensure you get some great shots.
With thousands of people posting dating profiles, it's important to make yours stand out from the pack.
Using the same methods that advertisers utilize, it's easy to "sell" yourself via your dating profile.
See how this headline gives you a snapshot of who this woman is and what she’s interested in? This headline won’t tell men anything about this woman and how they could be compatible with her.
Studies show women who wear red in their profile photo receive more initial messages from men than women who don’t, but that’s the only thing that’s right with this pic. And avoid selfies as well as group and overly sexualized pictures — I beg of you.
See how it looks like she just rolled out of bed late for Sunday brunch with the girls? Not only are selfies way overplayed, but they really only make sense in the context of a social media site like Instagram.
You’ll also notice a typo at the end (“that” instead of “than”).
She comes off as mean, superficial, and demanding, and I’m guessing the men reading her profile think so, too.