Ways You May Be Sabotaging Your Dating Profile

If you find yourself having a hard time attracting a possible match on any of the various matchmaking websites you’ve signed up for you may want to look over your profile again. It’s common for men to sabotage their profiles when first signing up for dating websites without meaning to. Be sure to include only positive information about yourself and don’t go out of your way to put yourself down in your own profile. Be sure to upload friendly looking profile pictures and not act too mysterious in your description of yourself. You want to create an image of yourself that women can fall in love with and you won’t do that with dorky photos and self-criticism. You don’t have to lie and claim to be great at things you are not, but you can find more positive ways to describe yourself to the Internet at large that will prove more successful in attracting women. Negativity and Excuses Are Always A Turn Off “Stop whining about your previous relationships, it will frustrate her” Be aware of how you phrase things in your profile and be sure to avoid negative language or make up long winded explanations that read more like excuses than interesting information about yourself. You don’t have to…

Things You Should Never Write in Your Dating Site Profile

“Always try to avoid putting your personal details in your profile” Figuring out the right things to put in your dating profile on a matchmaking site is never really as easy as it sounds like it should be. You think that the women you’re going to be talking to are interested in hearing about all the dogs you’ve ever owned, but that’s just not really true. There are some things that you should never put in your dating profile if you want to have a chance at getting women to talk to you and hook up with you. Knowing what these things are is essential to helping you make the most out of your experiences with matchmaking sites, so you’ll want to keep the following things in mind before you paste it all over your profile: Your Full Name, Your Address, or Any Other Seriously Personal Info We hope that this should be more or less common sense, but it still bears repeating and reminding you. Putting your real, full name and your address and anything like that is just not a good idea. You may not be doing anything wrong, but you still don’t want anyone to come across your profile unless you want them to see it. On…

Being Realistic about What You Want to Get out of a Hookup

“Expectations may often hurt” When you hit up the casual dating scene, you’re probably have a mind set about meeting an endless amount of amazing women who want to hook up and then go away. While it is true that you’ll likely have an amazing time with plenty of women when you start using these types of sites, it is also important for you to be realistic about what you want to get out of your hookups. Not every hookup is going to be like a recreation of your favourite porn scene. Sex is sex, and while it’s often amazing, it can’t always be perfect. Plus, there are some things you just might not be able to get when you’re hooking up with women from the Internet. Here’s what you need to know about your expectations about hooking up and why you need to be careful about what you wish for: Understanding That You Might Not Get What You Want “Not every hookup will have the WOW factor” First of all, it’s very important to understand that you might not always get what you want when you start using matchmaking sites. Women aren’t going to fall at your feet and demand that you hook up with them, at least not…

4 Things to Never Put in Your Love Match Profile

If you’re looking for a reason why you haven’t been getting that many hits on your profile, look no further than these four common mistakes. There are a lot of little ways that a guy can go wrong, but these are four almost universal mistakes that can turn your otherwise well-crafted loving match profile into a mistake or an advertisement towards the wrong sorts of women. None of these mistakes seem that serious, but add them together and you have a profile all but guaranteed to drive women away. How Much You Weigh “It’ll be odd if you put your weight on dating profile” This seems like an odd thing to cut from your profile, but when you think it through its even stranger to include it. For one thing, you weight can fluctuate week to week. There’s nothing wrong with thinking that you’re going to be in the 150 range, but it’s a specific number for a nonspecific fact. For another, women don’t really know what that weight looks like. You could be the same height and weight as someone else and look totally different from them depending on where you happen to gain fat deposits and how much of your weight is muscle. It doesn’t help, so just…

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