How To Write A Magnetic Online Dating Profile- Part 1

Facebook is a great place to network with friends, long lost family members, and business associates. It also provides good opportunities to generate leads and traffic to your website. A simple way to do this is to add your blog to your Facebook profile. There is an application on the social networking site that will list the last few blog posts you write so that everyone who visits you on Facebook can see what you are up to off site.

Put your information about your upcoming event on your register receipt. Many cash registers and computer POS systems will allow you to put a short message on the receipt. You’d be amazed how many people read them!

Finally, you need to be clever when it comes to your monetization. Research this thoroughly and remember that people don’t have money to burn with the economy the way it is. Try and advertise products that will save people money.

Reduce your risk by good grounding. Learn about the country and city you plan to holiday at. A number of websites will help your examine. The U.S State Department and the British Foreign Office maintain website where you can find constantly updated general and country fact travel advice.

First thing any lady is going to see about you is your photo. This is the first point of attraction so if you get this wrong they’ll just move on to the next get to know me. You need a the main photo on your profile to be from the shoulders up. You can get away with waist up but any further away, and it can be a struggle sometimes to see you. You want the photo to be clear as well, and not too dark or blurry. If your photo is surrounded by a bunch of other photos that are close up and in focus your photo will not get looked at. You can use other photos of you on holiday or doing an activity, but save them for the extra photos in your profile.

Are you spending most of your time writing blog posts or creating products? Are you out there networking and getting yourself ‘out there’, or are you working in your own little world?

Keeping up this constant connection builds trust and loyalty and that’s a significant element of the buying process. People have to feel they trust you.

Just because a blog is usually used in one way, doesn’t mean that’s the only option. Blog the way you want to and push your creativity to new heights. Blog to entertain rather than to record.