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Writing an online profile is only one small part of the equation. Once you start “online dating”, the real measure of success comes from how many real face-to-face dates you go on. There’s only so much information you can gather from behind a computer screen. Or are you just standing there awkwardly, trying to avoid the camera or even looking embarrassed at having a photo taken of you? So show your confidence loud and clearly in your photo. More than 200 words and your About Me section starts to look intimidating.

The REAL screening happens when you meet in person. I guess I just thought at the time if I met someone great, I would just know and go from there. If you’re not clear on your outcome, expect to waste a LOT of time dating online or offline. Here’s how to write the perfect online dating profile, so you can attract three times MORE quality dates than ever before. The more words there are to read, the more likely a man will not bother reading it – which means you’ll invite more Type As to message you.

Online dating is THE place to score easy and fun dates nowadays. There are so many different apps and dating sites (Zoosk, Match, e Harmony, Tinder, Bumble, Coffee Meets Bagel to name a few) to keep things interesting. More importantly that starts with your Online Dating Profile. Research has shown that 1/3 of married couples have met through Online Dating. That’s where your online profile “About Me” section needs to shine.

I’m here to give you some best online dating tips (and online dating profile tips) on how to get the MOST out of online dating. Obviously, you want more of the Type B variety to message you.

Now, after implementing these tactics, you’ll get plenty of attention from men. How can you make sure you’re only attracting QUALITY men?

And once you find a quality guy, how can you make sure he falls head over heels in love with you?

Your brain is the perfect matchmaker when it comes to picking out the perfect match for you. Plus expect to mislead a few people too because you’ll act one way one day and the other way the next. If all you did was put up exceptional photos and did nothing else, you would still get plenty of messages from men. When women get “wordy” they tend to make a list of what they want, don’t want and it can quickly turn into a rant session. Even if a decent guy reads your list and checks all of your boxes, he’s going to stay away.

You will often know within minutes of meeting whether there is “chemistry” or not. to not only figure out your compatibility level but also your natural chemistry with someone. The problem with this is you won’t get QUALITY messages. I understand the temptation to shoot from your most “flattering” angles, and straight on angles will not always give you that. But contrary to what you may believe, a woman’s “body size” is not what sticks out the most in a man’s eyes. So if you want to attract more men, despite your size, think about what kind of “attitude” you’re showing off in the photo. Who wants to date someone with that much pressure put on them? A man’s more likely to assume you’re a catch and fill in the rest with his imagination.

But of course you don’t want to be TOO vague either. In my opinion, it’s the fastest way to get the MOST amount of decent men to message you straight away.When I met my husband online, we were long distance for the first three months of our relationship. Ever gotten messages like “Hi or hey” or some sexual comment about the way you look? That’s why writing a good profile is also important. You’d be surprised how many women list they’re fun and positive, yet at the end list what kind of men should stay away. Unless you want to scare good men away and only attract douchebags. If your profile sounds cheesy and cliché, that is still 10x better than sharing one single negative comment about men. I get you need to tell everyone how much you love your kids and they mean the world to you. First of all any guy would figure that out by reading the Status section of your profile.It sucked because although we were very compatible texting and speaking on the phone, I couldn’t be 100% sure we had chemistry until we met in person. So first rule of thumb: once surface level compatibility is established, meet in person as soon as possible! However, I don’t want to get to that yet without mentioning your photos. When you write things like: You’ll only attract the very kind of men you DON’T want. This is the part that lists your race, height, age, location etc.Most people are not clear on what they want when they start. Good quality photos will enable you to attract MORE men and more of the RIGHT men. It’s like putting a huge red highlight around your flaws. And second, if you start a conversation with a man, they will quickly figure that out too.I made this mistake too and it took me one year of “online dating” before I figured out the problem. Good quality photos will also increase the chance of men responding to your messages. Any less and you’re drastically lowering your chances to get messages. A woman’s perspective of her own photo is often DIFFERENT from a man’s perspective. Decent men wouldn’t think to do these things in the first place. However bad men would see this as a “way in”, because clearly you’ve attracted this type in the past, which means you’re more likely to respond again! Highlighting your kids is just as bad as putting something negative there. You should be filtering men based on their profile and their message to you.

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