The first rule of creating an online dating profile is to stand out, otherwise you will get lost in the thousands of other profiles on a dating website. That’s not to say you have to make something up, and you don’t have to be a thrill seeker to have something to write about. Standing out doesn’t necessarily mean you have to have an unusual story to mention; you could upload a photo that will be eye catching, but within the websites rules. People often think if they create a profile with minimal details they will receive hundreds of messages, but in reality this isn’t the case. If you can’t be bothered to put together a decent profile, then others won’t bother to read it and no one will feel the urge to contact you.
Spelling mistakes and incoherent sentences You may not be a great writer, but that should not be reflected in your online dating profile. The first step to meeting someone is to get their attention, and misspelled words are a big turn off. An online dating profile does not have to be long. Take the time to spell check your words by using Google, Microsoft Word, or a dictionary. Also, take time to think about your sentences before you write them. Otherwise, they will be all over the place and hard to understand.
If you’re trying just promote your products/services in the internet, you’re by actually doing that by being part of a network. The cases are the same, whether it’s in forums of social sites blogs and/or bookmarking sites. Most people usually have at LEAST one profile. And this might surprise you, but from these look at my profile, lots of social media websites are providing DoFollow links, which is rich of anchor text real estate.
You have the ability to set your privacy in all of the different social media platforms. Facebook has an enormous amount of options for privacy. You can have your Facebook be wide open or you can have it locked down tight so hardly anyone can get to see it. That is your choice. But everyone needs to take a look at what they are comfortable with, what they want out there and, yes, okay sometimes there will be a blunder. We’re all human!
Check Your Information Google your own social media profiles name and your business name to make sure that the information that is reaching the top of the search engine is the information you want to be there. If it is not or worse yet, you don’t even show up on the first page it is time to create a plan to change that.
Enable your blog posts to automatically post to your Facebook fan page (if you want to). Here’s how: Go to the Networked Blogs Facebook fanpage app. Click “register a blog” in the top right corner and follow the steps. That’s it!
By keeping your profile fresh and interesting, you softly display that you are single woman who has an interesting, varied, and active lifestyle. That immediately makes you a more attractive potential date. When that occurs, more men view your profile, and respond with messaging you to get to the first date. And isn’t that the very goal of online dating, to get to the first date?