If you look at these terms carefully, you’ll see the theme is they evoke an attractive picture in the mind’s eye of the reader.
Most people in a study conducted by the Pew Research Center were drawn to individuals whose profiles were positive but not over-the-top glowing.
People don’t tend to believe it if someone seems too good to be true, so be honest but put your best foot forward. Try something like “NPR, IPA, E3, & U-N-Me.” Going after the career-driven intellectual?
Scientists from Barts, the London School of Medicine, and The University of North Texas say you should look at the online dating profiles and headlines of people you are interested in and mirror some of those same things. Are the objects of your affection all similarly artistic or athletic or academic? Try something like “I hold an MBA, a library card, and high-brow conversation.” In my experience as an online dating coach, many people won’t even see it.
They’ll be too focused on your pics and the details of your profile to make this your online dating Achilles’ heel.
It is something you have to write on many dating sites, though, so hopefully you’ve picked up some ideas.
If you’re still completely at a loss for what to say, borrow some famous words.
Got any quotes, song lyrics, or movie lines you love?
No harm in letting someone else’s words string together your thoughts.
Writing an online dating profile comes with easy and hard steps. This may seem obvious, but a recent study posted on e Harmony, which analyzed 12,000 online dating profiles, confirmed that both men and women chose “funny” as a characteristic they are looking for in a partner, ranking it sixth out of a list of 10 enticing words. Got some Pablo Neruda quotes you’ve been keeping on your intentions board? That same e Harmony study also revealed that you should describe the kind of person you are, but only using certain “attractive” words.