A confident person exudes attraction so make sure you’re in a good frame of mind when writing your dating profile.Elite Singles Partner Psychologist, Relationship Coach Sam Owen, explains that people can easily detect negativity online, ‘‘you will transfer your negativity to [others] and then they’ll associate you with that negativity, subconsciously and perhaps consciously.
Let the people viewing your profile see what you’re passionate about by keeping it updated with new and exciting content to reflect your personal development.When considering the online dating game, the Irish concluded that the biggest turnoff is sexual innuendo with 24% of members surveyed agreeing it is the ultimate dating profile no-no.This was followed by negativity (21%), insufficient description (20%), spelling or grammatical errors (17%), narcissism (10%) and clichés (8%).Turn offs differ around the world though; members in the UK found poor spelling to be the biggest put off and those in New Zealand found impoliteness to be their biggest problem.Relationship Coach Sandy Weiner suggests, “If you work hard on improving your profile, you will be in the top 10 per cent of all people dating online.You'll definitely stand out from the crowd.” In order to help you along we’ve teamed up with some real Elite Singles members to make a clear step-by-step guide to writing a good dating profile.
Here are the top dos and don’ts to assist you with online dating success.
The ideal online dating profile is original, witty, intriguing and provides insight into what you are like as a person.
Creating a good dating profile is not as easy as you think.
Mastering the art of confidence without showing off can be tricky.
You want to demonstrate your personality while maintaining an air of mystery.
And where is the line between being flirty and attractive and being painfully forward?