Seeing a frown on your date’s face if he or she doesn't recognize you when you arrive isn’t a good experience for either of you.2.Be specific: General profiles all tend to blend together and can be viewed as boring or too typical.There are also online agencies specifically for Christian, Jewish or gay singletons.There's a dating site for art lovers and, if you are outdoorsy, there are a number of suitable sites."If you are looking for a partner with a similar outlook and interests as yourself, the best place to start is with a niche dating website," says co-founder of Muddy Matches Lucy Reeves.
Think about listing the song you like to sing in the shower, talk about a proud moment in your life, and allow your date to know what their life could be like if they had the opportunity to spend it with you.3.Don’t use the happy face or multiple exclamation points in your correspondence. Refresh your profile: Are you excited about your upcoming trip to Mexico? Respond quickly: If your dream date is writing to you, he or she is probably writing to many others. By the time you write back to him or her, you may be told that they’ve met someone they’ve decided to date exclusively. Proofread everything: We’ve all been burned by auto-correct when we’ve sent emails.Use spell check and grammar check for your profile and emails. You may have a high IQ, but your date won’t believe you if your emails are riddled with spelling errors.7.If you have an overriding interest or outlook, there are plenty of niche sites out there.There's uniform dating for people who work in uniforms, vegetarian dating, sites for older people or for those with children.