Davis says you want to make your profile skim-friendly; having it organized as the site intends facilitates this practice. Choose Your Pronouns Carefully If you're describing your ideal mate, do not refer to him as "you." "It comes off a little disingenuous because they get that you're talking to so many different people at the same time," says Davis. According to Davis, that particular line is a great way to communicate that you're not so confident about the experience you're about to have.
Today we feature the second of the two chosen profiles, who provides a different sort of experience from Bachelor #1. I like to snowboard, swim and rock climb (mostly indoors, but I have climbed real rocks a few times). As in, if you work all day at a desk, and actually get out and do active things when you’re not working, it’s an attractive quality, and makes one think perhaps you’d have a fun idea for a date (if a girls open to outdoorsy stuff that is) Too many folks live in a cubicle of their own creation at work and at home.
There's a good chance the problem isn't you -- it's your profile.
We enlisted the help of Laurie Davis, online dating coach and founder of e Flirt Expert, a dating consulting service, to learn the art of marketing your online personality.
When I joined Wealthy Match I was immediately talking with nothing but successful men.
It was incredible and it allowed me to just focus on the personality and looks and sweetness of the guys.