Writing dating profiles for women
Lying doesn’t get you anywhere in the dating world. Talk in specifics to give a full flavour of who you are.
If you love travelling, say where your favourite place is and why.
But did you know that one in three couples now find love online?
In this fast-paced, social media-dependent world, we rely on the Internet for everything – from keeping in touch with old school friends and career networking to ordering takeaways and finding a cat-sitter for that weekend away.
I have a simple, foolproof process for writing profiles that starts with a casual interview, in person or on the phone.
Then, I write your profile using your own words and phrases, exactly the way you said them. " Here are some excerpts from among the hundreds of profiles I've written for my clients: "What else can you expect if we were to date?
And, as much as I love my apartment, I’d rather be playing outdoors, holding hands or dancing in the street, cracking each other up with a look or an inside joke, and sharing this thing called life." - Woman early 30's "I act like a total dork most of the times. I forget things mid senten..." - Woman 40’s "I try to be a good person. I don’t tell everything about myself right off the bat but I am also not shy on a date. I am opinionated and blunt without being offensive.
If you have a problem, I will definitely listen and be there for you. It can be hard to get a read on me at first but women seem to find this quality mysterious rather than annoying. Most people can tell that I come from a good place. I am an action sports kind of girl—I love everything from jet skiing to horseback riding.
‘You wouldn’t introduce yourself to someone in a bar with your entire life history, so don’t do it online,’ says match.com‘s Kate.
‘Women have a tendency to write too much because we enjoy reading long profiles. Imagine you are doing an icebreaker introduction where you have to sum yourself up briefly.’ Most people want to find someone who can make them laugh, so show people you have a sense of humour.
If you can make someone laugh, it’s a great icebreaker and could get your conversation off to a great start.
Writing your own profile, however, can be very difficult.
Even the best writers hire professionals to write their bios for them.
Put your profile into Word and use your computer spell check for peace of mind.