Try to avoid clichés and overused phrases such as “easy-going” and “looking for love”.Instead, consider what makes you different from everybody else – are you just crazy about peanut butter sandwiches?Have a look at what other members are writing for some inspiration, or ask your friends to describe you.Remember that most members don’t have time to read every ad they see so tend to scan them.Why not go with lyrics from a song that sum up your personality or attitude to life?Alternatively, make it brief and to the point; capture your passion and character and make it easier for people to find you.
Your dating profile will be a major factor in your dating success, so it’s essential that it says the right things about you, and truly reflects what you’re looking for in a dating partner.
After you’ve filled in your basic information, you can add more detail in the “A few words about me” and “More About Me” sections of your profile.
Use the latter to describe the things you’re passionate about such as your interests and hobbies and your favourite places to visit.
With this is mind it’s good to use ‘buzz words’ that stand out, for example place names, film titles, football teams…whatever will make someone stop and linger on your profile.
Giving your profile a headline is the perfect chance to make your profile distinctive.