Love Empire Dating Tip - Writing a Profile With Spark
A profile is an online representation of yourself so why not
represent the best parts of you? There are four areas of a
profile that you should keep in mind: honesty, creativity,
research, writing. By mastering these areas, you will be able to
write an excellent and self-elevating profile that can capture
Part One: Honesty
Always be honest with the readers of your profile; remember that
you and the others on the site are searching for that special
someone--how can a relationship grow when there is deceit from
the beginning? Speak candidly about who you are and what you are
looking for. Then, at least you will know that, when someone
messages you, they are genuinely interested. Putting up a
pretense will only summon people who are interested in your
lies; this will not build a solid relationship. Being honest
doesn't mean to be sell yourself short; you don't have to dwell
on your faults and misgivings. Showcase your good qualities
(just don't exaggerate).
Part Two: Creativity
Nothing can turn a potential relationship sour more than a dull
profile. There are thousands upon thousands of people looking
for the exact same thing you are: a genuine connection. You must
be able to catch their attention. Try to avoid using phrases
like "Looking for Mr. Perfect" or "In Search Of That Special
Lady" or descriptions like "hard-working", "romantic" and
"attractive". These are all cliche and overdone. Spice your
profile up with original ideas! Show off your strengths. Give
your readers anecdotes or narratives that display you in a good
light. Get yourself a thesaurus. As silly as this may sound, a
thesaurus can help you avoid using words that have been used too
many times before. Do not use letters to describe yourself; for
example, SWF (single white female) can mean a variety of things
to a variety of people. Don't limit yourself to this.
Part Three: Research
You know what kind of relationship you want; whether it be a
friend, a casual date, or something as deep as a marital
partner, you have a clear picture in your mind of how far you
are willing to go. Seek out people with that same goal.
Write a profile that will appeal to the kind of person you're
after; the only way they can find you is if you help them. Check
out other profiles for ideas.
If you receive interest with your profile but still can't seem
to find that right person, then go do some online
window-shopping. Scan through profiles, find some that catch
your attention, and start messaging. They don't all have to come
Part Four: Writing
So, you've gathered your information and you have a clear idea
of what you want out of this site; however, your writing seems a
little...lifeless. Be careful of this! By paying attention to
the three steps before you, you should be able to write a
profile that is distinctly you.
This is an example of what not to do: I'm a SBM looking for a
SF. Good looking, funny. Message me. Eyes are going to glaze
over; you cannot limit yourself like this. It will only hurt you.
Spice it up: I am a 22-year-old female, blessed with long,
blonde hair and big, brown eyes. I'm short, only 5'4, but what I
lack in size, I make up for in spirit. I am looking for someone
that can keep up with me; come and get me, boys. She gives a
description and a challenge, all within a few sentences--you
don't have to be long-winded to get the point across.
A good profile can bring you all of the attention you want and
lead you to a successful relationship; follow these steps to
what you want.