Do post a flattering recent photo of yourself that actually looks like you. If your idea of fun means flying kites, riding in bike races, and searching your city for the best imported Belgium beer, say that.
Not responding will get the message across fine — and probably won’t sting as much. Just because you can find out almost everything about a person online these days, doesn’t mean you should.
Following someone’s every online move is creepy and unhealthy.
Let him share things about himself the old-fashioned way, and you won’t risk making presumptions about him that may not be true or inadvertently reveal that you know something you shouldn’t.
There is such a lot of conflicting advice out there on how to write your online dating profile.
And let's be honest, it is important to get it right.
I've found it helpful to think about your profile rather like a cross between a CV and a great piece of PR. Well, if you want to stand out from everyone else online then it's well worth spending some time thinking about what you want to say and how you want to come across to potential dates.
It's not about making things up but it is about thinking creatively. Nobody wants to read yet another profile about loving country walks, watching films curled up on the sofa, having a good sense of humor .... With a good few years dating experience behind me and now with the wonderful job of helping people create an Irresistible Dating Profile these are the dos and don'ts of profile writing that I've learned.
If you use these as pointers when you're writing your profile you will stand out ... I love that I now get time with amazing people guiding them to creating a stand out dating profile.
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