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Tips on Creating the Perfect Dating Profile to Stand Out

Tips on Creating the Perfect Dating Profile to Stand Out

By Grant R. | April 23, 2020

As of 4/20/2020, online dating has now doubled in, even tripled in some companies, as far as users and revenue is concerned since the Coronavirus has put us all at home for good. This means that now, more than ever before, there are more singles and daters online looking for love and sex than ever before.

So this would be the best time for you to join the rest of the world too. You mine as well, now even those cute little babes that have to go out to meet her match are having to crawl online and make a profile, it’s not just the introverted weird ones any longer, so you mine as well make you mark in the online dating scene now, right?

In order to stand out from the rest of the billions of users though you are going to need to spice up your dating profile in ways that others just don’t. You don’t want to be too much, or put out too much information of course, but there are ways you can be loud and proud, and stand out from the crowd - in a good way.

How to Create the Perfect Dating Profile

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How to create the most amazing dating profile.

1. Fill it all out

Statistics show that if you fill out more of your profile you are more likely to receive messages, likes, requests, and more. The reason being is simple, people love to know who they’re talking to is real. If you’ve got everything filled in, filled out, dotted your i’s and crossed your t’s, the other person can almost rest assured they’re talking to a real person.

We’re not saying to write a novel in your About Me section because this is actually a huge no-no, this is where too much is way too much and can destroy connections, not make them. But do write enough to tell briefly about the best parts of you, what makes you the happiest in life. Friends, family, kids, traveling, and always be honest.

Hook up all of your connections that you would like to anyways, such as your email and maybe something else like your Skype, or Instagram. You are twice as likely to receive a message from someone if you connect something personal like emails and social profiles.

2. Tell the truth about what you want

There’s nothing worse than meeting someone who lies about what they want, someone always gets hurt in the end - be 100% honest about what you are looking for right now and why you are creating the dating profile. Tell the truth about who you are as well.

Most people on social dating sites are looking for something a little more serious than just a phone chat or chatting online, so it’s almost more likely than not that you two will end up meeting up with each other. Make sure they already know before they show up what you are looking for.

We call people like that fake around here, and that is not something to be proud of, at all. Tell them what you mean and mean what you say, at all costs.

3. Choose the best photo of you as your profile pic

This is the first picture people are going to see of you and if they can’t see you in your photo because it’s blurry, or because you’re hiding your face, they might not even give you a second chance. Make sure you look good, preferably by yourself in the photo to make the focus on you, and don’t give or give away too much either.

Classy, wholesome, and sexy typically wins over any real man or woman, so never give away too much of you in your photo. A face photo will do, just make sure you include body photos elsewhere in your profile because some shallow people may judge your weight based on your face and not have a clue how beautiful you truly are!

4. Be inviting And intriguing in your profile

People won’t approach you if you are not approachable, so please make sure you are always being inviting in how you portray yourself and also in what you write. The intriguing part must come from within, be mysterious in your profile and about your life to the extent it makes the reader want to know more.

You could literally even say, “if you want to know more about me, get to know me on a personal level!”, there’s nothing more open and honest, yet inviting and intriguing than that!

5. Choose somewhere between 5 and 7 photos

Make sure that the photos you choose aren’t five of the same photo over and over, even if it was a really awesome camping trip that year. Also, avoid group photo after group photo after group photo, there is something that happens with those types of photos that just doesn’t always do the dater justice.

Too many photos and you could look insecure, needy, attention-seeking and then of course not enough photos and you could just skipped altogether. A healthy five to seven of you, you and your favorite things, you at a favorite place you’ve been, a funny thing that happened with you, should do the trick.

You don’t want tons of selfies and it to just be about your face and sexy bod either, you want your personality to shine through and the photos to do the talking for you. If you’re into racing and fishing, put up a really hot selfie of you, a couple of photos of you in your racecar, one with your buddies and you fishing, and one with you and your family on Thanksgiving.

Show who you are on the inside too, and not just the outside. 

6. Always stay positive

Leave the drama for Facebook, your dating profile should show the best side of you possible. Anyone with a brain knows that there are negative qualities to everyone but that doesn’t mean we give it away right then and there on our profiles. Besides, what if our amazing qualities outweigh the bad but you see the bad first?

Just stay positive on your profile but don’t be cheesy. Girls can get away with this just a tad more than guys can, but still, please avoid excessive meme’s and quotes that are super sad or super sappy. Maybe one or two per month but everything else on your profile should just be normal positivity. Don’t overdo it, but don’t be negative.

7. Check your grammar

You don’t have to be the grammar police but please learn the difference between they’re, there, and their. Over half of women will turn down a profile simply over grammatical errors, and we don’t mean just one or two, we mean over and over. Check your spelling please.

Again, you don’t have to be perfect, in fact, we’d rather you not be. But learn to use proper words at the right time and if you don’t know, don’t use them. It’s ok to mess up every now and then and leave it, but the truth is most people will end up skipping over a profile with tons of errors on it.

8. Be yourself

The most important rule in online dating is to be yourself, 100% and 24/7. If you have kids, statistics say that you are supposed to mention this on your profile because dating online is much different than just walking up to someone and going on a date with them. You are to be 110% see-through in the online dating world.

This doesn’t mean to give away all of your secrets but does make sure that you are very honest about things that matter in a relationship, on your dating profile.

Tips for Your Dating Profile

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The best tips for your dating profile.

1. Update and pay attention to your photos

For both men and women, the photos will end up being the main focus point or at least the main attraction at some point. We have to see the physical attraction there to see if we like what the person looks like, right? 

Even though women tend to lean more towards personality first and photos second (with men it’s the opposite, go figure!) women still tend to base their final answer on whether they think he’s hot or not too.

It’s not enough to just have photos that make you look good either, you’ve got to remember you are trying to impress people so they’re going to look at every little thing and some will criticize you for being in the bathroom and taking a mirror selfie, so just be mindful of the quality and quantity of photos you allow on your profile.

While you don’t want tons of selfies, you also don’t want tons of friends in the pics. This is a dating profile about you, not you and your friends. It’s certainly ok to have a couple photos of you with friends but too many of them and it can actually hurt your chances of connecting with someone.

2. Your profile acts as your resume

Happy woman explaining.
Your dating profile is the same as your social media profile, don't lie.

The profile overall is much like a resume, the people you are trying to impress and date are a lot like employers looking to hire, sifting through resume after resume. The point is that you have to, somehow, get them to stop and look at you over the others. And in the world of social media, there’s tons of competition.

Well, one really great way to attract exactly what you want is to be exactly who you are in real life, online. Honesty is always the best policy and both men and women dig a real person over a fake one - any day.

If you put out exactly what you want in return, those are the type of people you will attract. For instance, women, if you put out scantily clad photos in raunchy outfits and tongue hanging out, you’re more than likely going to attract horny bozo’s. Leave something to the imagination and don’t be like every other girl out there. That will make him stop on your profile immediately.

Men, most women appreciate a man who is respectful, sensitive, yet manly at the same time, so if you’re one of the only men that doesn’t have a plethora of hot but fake girls as friends on your dating profile, that’s one great way to make a real woman stop and look at your profile.

When you’re different, you stand out.

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