A good profile headline for a dating site

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” In the scheme of things, this is not the worst headline I’ve seen. His profile is just a list of things without context.

Profiles like this are boring and hard for women to connect to.

” Get in your car and try to drive in four directions. You need to put something in there that gives people a sense of the personality and character of what you want in a partner.

if you don’t, it makes you look like you either don’t know what you want or you aren’t seriously looking for something.

What are some of those simple things in life that he enjoys? If he’s dating for something real/ an LTR, dates and friends are going to naturally happen because of it.

If he had just picked 2-3 things and expanded on them, he’d have a profile that would make him feel like a more relatable human. In the same way that his headline says he’s an outlaw, his profile says he’s a mature single dad with common sense and his primary photo says that he’s too cool to be bothered, he’s got a line in his profile that turns off most women: “Open to Dating/Friends/LTR/something Real! However, if he advertises that he’s looking for all these different levels of a relationship, he is going to make it look like he’s not really serious about an LTR and all of the women wanting a relationship are going to pass him by. #1 says nothing about the type of woman he’s looking for.

No matter how you reference it, it just makes it sound like you already have too much drama to deal with anyone else’s. Anyone who says they have none is lying and anyone who says they don’t want any is usually saying it because they can’t handle yours.

The big profile tips I’d give to #1 are these: – Cut down on the number of items in your list, but give them context like you did when you mentioned your favorite movie is A Bronx Tale.

This headline is going one way and then the profile takes off in the opposite direction.

Photos I’ve blurred all of the profiles photos on these profiles to protect the daters’ privacy as well as avoid posting a couple of NSFW shots on my site.

#1 has posted a decent number of photos, but they are not good ones.

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