Tips to Improve Your Online Dating Profile from Admin's blog

With “traditional” dating, you might greet a new date with a handshake, hug, or friendly nod. When dating Online, your first interaction with a new date is through a digital profile—one of the most important facets of dating Online. Like an art form, your Online profile requires careful craft and consideration.

Here are a few tips from the dating experts at Datetivity about how to improve your online dating profile:

Ensure Your Information is Up to Date

Is your profile picture from 1997? Are you wearing bell-bottoms and rattling around an old VHS? You may want to consider updating your profile. Potential dates aren’t interested in what you looked like 20 years ago—they want current, compelling photographs and information about you now, in 2017.

Choose the Right Photo

Don’t pick a selfie, and don’t pick a group photo where you’re buried amongst your friends. Ideally, your photo should be a well lit, high quality picture of you looking directly at the camera. Don’t forget to smile!

Be Personable

A boring, uninspiring profile will not get much attention. Your Online profile is your chance to show the dating world what you’re really made of. Share your quirks, quarks, and a funny story or two so readers can get to know your personality.

Follow Through With Your Online Connections

It’s one thing to meet and connect with someone Online; it’s another altogether to meet them in person. Online messaging and chatting is easy, simple, and private. That being said, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut and chat casually for months without actually meeting in person. Be confident and try to remember that the other party is likely just as nervous, excited, and anxious about meeting up in person—it’s a new experience for both of you.

Don’t Share Too Much

Your Online profile should reveal a healthy amount of information about who you are, what you love, and what you desire—but it shouldn’t reveal everything. For safety reasons, and to add a little mystery to your profile, refrain from sharing overly personal bits of information, like where you live, your salary, the ages of your children, or information about past relationships.

Talk About What You’ve Done, Not What You Have

People aren’t interested in how many cars you have, how much money you make, or how much your house is worth. Fill your online profile with stories about past experiences travelling, or funny or interesting anecdotes about life at home.

Online dating is gaining traction rapidly in North American culture, with around 20% of current, committed relationships having started Online. The key to a successful Online dating experience? A stellar, thorough, and personable digital profile.

Datetivity is a fast, easy, and convenient Online dating site that combines dating and activity to promote a healthy lifestyle. For more information about our dating services, contact us today.

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