So online dating -- on a site, an app or three, or both -- is a no-brainer.It expands your dating pool exponentially, opens you up to new experiences and people, and pretty much the entirety of the single (and some of the not-so-single) population is doing it. When I launched my business two and a half years ago, I had no idea what the response would be like, so I charged for a complete makeover. This is your romantic life that we’re talking about." that you actually prefer Saturday mornings, you may be sending mixed signals, as Eggers pointed out to one person.
To make the process easier for you we asked some real Elite Singles members what they look for in a profile – what’s appealing in a character description and which details fail to impress and therefore will be immediately forgotten. This is worth considering when writing your dating profile.
Be honest with what is a cliché (and try to avoid them). Make your self-summary feel like the first line of a novel.
"Recognize when you're repeating something that you've heard," said Dan, one of the attendees, and then try to eliminate it from your profile. It needs to be the "hook." The "about" section is where you can sound most generic, Eggers told Dan, so make sure you hook people in like you would in a book.
So have a friend take a good photo of you, preferably outdoors, and make sure it’s a full body shot.
Messages increase by a whopping 203 percent with full body photos.