When it comes to the rest of your dating profile photos, it’s important to realise that the photos you choose actually give people lots of clues about you and your lifestyle, so this is one of the most important things to get right to attract whip-smart professionals.
Using high-quality images, as opposed to ones which are poorly lit, blurry and/or pixelated, will immediately show people that you value yourself and are willing to invest in yourself.
Certainly not mine, and according to the women in my circles, not theirs either.
It's not so much that the gentlemen themselves aren't high quality (though some aren't) -- it's the marketing. I can't wait to meet you and suck those big a-- tit-s you got." ICK!
Headlines that express your creativity and individuality and even show a little courage are probably all going to work for you.
So rather than Amanda_73, you might choose Amanda Loves Cakes.However, you need to keep it short so that they are willing to commit the time to read through it.The most important things to remember are: Don’t say, “I’m funnier than Joan Rivers on a bad day” – try just being funny in what you say or how you say it.Yet true love also still eludes many of us involved in online dating. If we were out in the real world, you'd ask (I hope). Not because women who pole dance aren't marriage-minded, but because like it or not, we all have some social norms and stereotypes to which we ascribe.One of the biggest advantages these sites supposedly offer is volume. Just because we're online doesn't mean the rules are different. (Like the fact that most men probably don't want to marry a woman whose pole-dancing pix are all over Zoosk). I'm going to make assumptions about your manhood (so to speak) from everything you do (or don't) do online. Look, we do want to see your hot bod, but get a friend to take a few pix at the gym or a sporting event. We really don't want to think about what went on in there before or after you took the picture. Write more than a paragraph if you actually want a date. But if you check the box "wants a relationship" and then don't take the time and effort to write a decent profile, the message we receive is: "I'm looking for a hookup" and "I use love to get sex." Actually, that last part is giving you too much credit -- it would require self-awareness. Sure, it works at a party; we're face-to-face, making eye contact. Take off your sunglasses and let us see the real you. We're not in college anymore and this isn't a frat. Stop putting up pix of you with the gaggle of girls you were hanging out with during your drunken escapades. Hey, let's face it: You're the consistent factor in all your relationships. There's nothing worse than showing up and discovering that I can't even recognize you in the restaurant. We can feel or not feel the chemistry, and usually go right into a conversation about what's happening where we are. With just "Hi," I have to assume you're disinterested, bored, or simply inarticulate. It also gives the message that you’re serious about looking for love online. You are selling your lifestyle, and you want it to seem as attractive and aspirational to people as possible.If you’re pictured with a pile of washing behind you on the bed, your lifestyle suddenly doesn’t look so appealing. Don't "favorite me," "want to meet me," or "like" my profile. Just because sites have those options doesn't mean you have to use them. Tell me you liked what you saw and read, and make a connection.Make an effort with your photo A lot of dating professionals are time-poor and so are unlikely to spend ages scrolling through pages of photos, so one thing you can do to help yourself is to have a fantastic profile photo that stands out from the crowd.