Good online dating profiles for women
When you've only got a few sentences' worth of space, every little bit counts.
"On an app like Tinder or Hinge, your profile needs to be content-rich even though it's short," says Davis. "You want to pack as much information in as you can," she says.
"There's a difference between how men and women usually view profiles," says Davis, who frequently looks over potential matches with single people.
"Women often want to see how someone describes themselves and really connect with what they're saying, while men tend to prioritize photos first," says Davis.
If you're the selfie queen, have at it—this isn't about fitting a cookie-cutter mold, it's about presenting the best version of you.
One smart tactic is making sure the selfies are unique enough to still communicate something about yourself, like you on the summit of your favorite hike.
Showing that you want to experience certain things together doesn't just help alert someone to the fact that they may be right for you, it sends signals that deter people who aren't."It's better to try to attract the right type of person than to detract the wrong one." How to do that?First of all, sign up for a site that gives you more space to explain who you are and what you want, then emphasize what that is."One of our clients was very interested in meeting someone cultured, but she wasn't getting a lot of messages from guys who were into museums and art," says Davis.You can imply a disclaimer like "Don't message me if you just want to hook up" without actually saying it."An online dating profile is still a first impression, and a disclaimer seems closed off," says Davis.