So you’re creating your Plenty of Fish account and you’ve arrived at the stage where you can enter your hobbies and interests. What interests should you include? How specific should they be? Will certain interests make you more desirable? These are all valid questions, and the answers are two-fold.
Spring has (almost) sprung, and nothing gets us ready for the season more than some good old fashioned spring cleaning. As you think about decluttering your physical spaces, why not refresh your online spaces as well? Where to start, you ask? Easy, your online dating profile!
Do you want a loving, generous successful guy? An adventurous woman who makes you a better person? Or maybe a spiritual soulmate who truly completes you? Here’s powerful dating advice on how you can magnetically attract the partner of your dreams by simply showing off your authenticity through a few key phrases in your dating headline and profile! Phrases that not only describe your ideal match, but also what you highlight about yourself.
The age old question that so many singles and POF users ask me is, “Why aren’t the images on my dating profile getting any attention?”
As a POF employee, there are a couple insider tips that I can share with you today, that will hopefully shine a light on why you may not be getting the the profile views you expected when you opened your account.
With the warm weather and beautiful cherry blossoms in full bloom, it’s time to Spring clean the one thing you’ve been sweeping under the rug – your outdated dating profile. For so long you’ve been saying “oh I’ll fill that out later,” but in reality you have’t spruced it up since you made it a year ago. Things have changed, you’ve changed, and it’s best to reflect your most current self.
Photos in online dating profiles offer a glimpse into who people are, what they are passionate about, how they spend their time and how they like to present themselves to the world.
Unfortunately, many people use less than flattering photos in their online dating profile and they may not even know they’re doing it! Much like a resume, an online dating profile should be polished, well thought-out, succinct and tell a story about oneself. These are some of the most common mistakes I’ve seen people make with their online dating photos: