This was short, to the point, and also made him sound interesting and exciting.It grabbed my attention so much, that even though I hadn’t completed my profile, I sent him a cheeky wink anyway!But back on track again I thought I would turn to Google and the match advice site to see if there were any useful hints and tips that would help me out.
Check out our free and paid Singles Events Derby trial. Read more from our dating bloggers here“My main method of meeting someone thus far has been to know that I want to go on a date, and hope that the universe would pleasantly respond by presenting me with a tall, dark, handsome man who would love to take me out on a date and drink some red wine.
Unfortunately, yet unsurprisingly, this approach hasn’t quite worked out the way I had hoped, so after a while of contemplating whether or not online dating was for me, I decided to bite the bullet and sign up to an online dating website. So there I was on Sunday with a slight hangover wondering what to do with my day, and thought that it was the perfect time to log into my online dating profile and explore what it was about and the possibilities it has to offer.
I started by filling in my dating profile, and actually found it quite hard to know what to say.
I realised that what you need to do when writing your profile is to stand out from the crowd, and so the worst thing you could do is to start your site profile like a hundred other people do!
When I was seeking inspiration from other people on match, one dating profile really caught my eye.
He simply had a list of 10 funny/unique bullet points about himself.For example he said that he was 6’2, so tall enough to carry a girl on his shoulders at gigs, and that he had cooked for a famous band!I had never written a ‘personal ad’ so to speak before, apart from in my CV, and I didn’t think that details about my work experience would be enough to attract the man of my dreams on an a dating website!I firstly had a look on some people’s profiles on the dating site to see if that would spark any inspiration.I found that the ones which attracted me most to reading them were not too long, they were funny, and they told me some details about who they were and what qualities they wanted in their date.So many people had written, ‘I don’t know what to say’ or ‘I’m really new at this’ and it got a bit repetitive going through people’s dating profiles which all had the same summary.