And that’s why I wrote this blog post: to give you samples of dating profiles that you can straight up COPY and PASTE into your dating profile to attract women with… So, the part where you can pretty much type as much text as you’d like to.
There are several reasons why you’d want to go “over-the-top” with your description: !
The written portion of your profile is a direct reflection of who you are, what you represent, and why someone else should want to date you. As someone who has been helping online daters at a success rate of over 99% since 2009, I can easily get you on the path to success.
I just want them to get attracted and curious and email me. You want your profile to be fun and conversational.
As for music I'm open to all kinds except for most rap. Women will pass on this guy because of his negative profile.
I've worked hard to be where I am right now and continue to work hard to better my life and myself. I don’t have time to play games." 100 words are not enough. Share your passions and interests but at the same time, don’t overdo it. Plentyoffish found that users with positive identifiers in their profile received 23% more incoming messages. Here are a few sentences I found in minutes on Match.com: “...however if you’re a vegetarian or have any objections to zoo’s, marine life parks and aquariums we probably aren’t a match..." “...
And let me tell you: they’re turned off when they smell you’re wearing “Desperate Dude cologne”, which is when you’re WAY too serious throughout your dating profile.
They cringe when they read profiles that say “I’m looking for Miss Right.” Maybe you’re a looker too, but women think about dating in a more casual way.