Avoid using words like "if" or "maybe" on your profile. If you are 21 years old and don't know if you want kids, that's fine. But if you are 40 and don't know, it's a HUGE red flag. Also, if you appear wishy-washy women will run for the hills.
Too many guys write sentences like these on their profiles" "..message me if you'd like to meet a nice guy and..." "..maybe we can meet for coffee and see ..." Instead, simply close out your profile ASSUMING she's going to write you; "I look forward to your message." See the difference? This guy is 46 years old and has he will date women as young as 18. You are a man and you need to know what you are doing on a dating site. Even "undecided" is better than "prefer not to say" in regards to this question.
Take the time to check your dating profile before activating it. FACT: Women do not respond to messages without photos.
On Match.com, dating profiles with photos get UP to 10 times more responses than profiles without photos.
The tips got pretty specific in some cases: It’s 28 percent better for a male to refer to females as women rather than girls, and men who use “whom” get 31 percent more contacts from the opposite sex.
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e Harmony says that individuals who have photos on their dating profile are nine times more likely to get messages in their inbox than those who don't have photos.
How much do you write about yourself in your profile? Here's an example of an actual profile clocking in at 102 words, bad spelling and all: "Hello hi I'm Lukasz I really suck at writing about myself, but lets do this.
Mentioning cats is fine, but mention “my cats” and you’re a weirdo.
The data shows that lesbians appreciate nice legs, gay men prize nice arms, and straight women and men are looking for flat stomachs above all else.