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‘It’s been proven that the more photos you have on your profile, the more attention it will get,’ says Charly. Include at least a couple of clear head shots, where you’re not wearing sunglasses and you can clearly see your face.
I always include at least one full length photo too, so there are no surprises when we meet up in real life.’ Most people want to find someone who can make them laugh, so show people you have a sense of humour.
By doing so, you have an instant point of connection (your friend), and somewhat of an assurance that you will be on the same wavelength (because people that are friends tend to be similar on some level).
I’ve yet to see a computer algorithm match people the right way (maybe because it hasn’t worked for me) so I’ve been stubborn about trying to pursue many matches whenever I get alerts.
And if you can’t meet in person, then what’s the point? Personally I find them to be a bit frustrating, as there is no real “buy in” or connection made.
And if you can’t meet in person, then what’s the point? The purpose of online dating is to move conversation OFFline.
Like I met a nice guy from e Harmony because his profile info seemed pretty basic but turns ou he was WAY more into the sports and “social drinking” than what he said online.
If you love travelling, say where your favourite place is and why.
Anything concrete like this brings you alive to anyone reading. Make the effort to renew your profile on a regular basis with relevant information about yourself.
In a recent poll, we found that 96 per cent of people would rather see a big, happy grin in a profile photo than a sexy pout. One of the most frequent complaints about online dating profiles is “they may have looked like that once but they certainly don’t look like that now”.
Looking better in the flesh is better than the reverse.