But if your headline is going to advertise how “unique” you are – and how strict your parameters for the perfect woman can be – then don’t expect to get many responses.“Vegan biker and techie looking for blonde, in shape, environmentally conscious gluten-free artist” isn’t exactly going to reel ‘em all in.It’s the same on POF: Now we’re not going to make any snarky comment about these headlines (but seriously, they’re awful, don’t use them).We just want you to see where they are and what they look like.
So if you’re interested in optimizing your profile and beating out the competition right off the bat, a catchy dating headline is absolutely essential to piquing a woman’s interest and getting her to click on your profile instead of the other guy’s. On POF and Millionaire Match, it’s a different story.Just one caveat: Though has headlines, they won’t show up in a traditional search. Here’s what search results look like on Millionaire Match: See how that headline is the first thing you see?The Hey/Hi/Hello Headline Don’t use some form of greeting. You might as well have said “I’m on here because I want to meet women” or “Single and Ready to Mingle.”Use this rule of thumb: if it’s been printed on a mass-produced t-shirt, you might want to avoid it.The Most Special Snowflake Headline It’s great that you’re a vegan, a Jehovah’s Witness, a Cross Fit enthusiast, and a CEO who only dates models.
Even though headlines don’t show up in the search results on Match.com, it’s still important to think about them when you’re crafting a profile. And there are countless blogs documenting the worst of the worst of Match headlines.If you’re not totally boring (and we’re guessing you aren’t), you want something more interesting than just some variant of “hello,” but you aren’t sure how to distill your entire personality into one phrase or sentence.