So, they want to know what they see is what they’re going to get.
Keep that in mind when creating your profile/posting your photos.
She had a bright red wig and was screaming into the camera like a 1970s punk-rock star… And her written profile was very short and self-deprecating.
I enjoyed that she didn’t take herself too seriously.
When I met her, she was exactly ‘as advertised’ — which is the key point here.
For a woman’s profile to work, the picture has to match the profile which then also has to match reality.” — Patrick, 44, Cambridge, MA Lesson learned: Men like truth in advertising.
It’ll get you further than pretending to be kooky when you’re bookish, posting a photo that showed you 20 pounds thinner or saying you like to golf when you don’t know a driver from a wedge.
Men are visual creatures, so a good photo will probably help a woman get their online attention. To help get you the info you need, we asked some men who’d had successful online-dating experiences this question: What made you reach out to her in the first place?
‘Her photo and profile were totally in sync’ “There were lots of things about Angie that I found intriguing but the first thing that caught my eye was her totally zany photo.
This is your chance to show who you are, not who you think guys might like.
If you’re seeking a serious match, try to make your profile represent the person they’ll meet on that first coffee date.
Instead I felt like there was a real person on the other end of her profile, and her warmth was evident from her words.We’ve now been married for nine years.” — Josh, 66, New York, NY Lesson learned: Men are more likely to be intrigued if they can think of you as a real, live human being on the other end of their screen.