Imagine if your favorite cereal came in a white box with no graphics or explanation of what was inside.No matter how good or bad it tasted, you probably wouldn't buy it. No matter what the reputation of the site, profiles serve as a first impression and allow other men to build a story about who you are as a person (am I'm not just talking about the physical).
Screen names are like billboard headlines, which invite others to at least check out the product.Online, I've found that the more abstract the screen name, the more guys will message me and ask questions, which ultimately leads to a conversation- the best way to assess a match.Keep the intrigue by saving the details until you and your dream man are intimate for the first time.Show a little chest or even a leg, but if you wouldn't show it in public don't show it online.You can be very specific ("My guy is 28 years old") or you can use ranges ("My guy is between 28 and 34 years old").
This may seem like an exercise in vain, especially when you could be using those valuable minutes browsing through profiles, but knowing exactly what you want gives you focus and sends a positive message of who you'd like to attract."Travel buff looking for someone to help pack my bags" or "What's my ideal date? Now that your catchy screen name and headline attracted a guy, clinch the deal with your ad text.Use the list you made earlier to help you write about your interests, including what you like and dislike in a man.You can mention your education, hobbies, or quirky personality traits.If you're a witty guy, give them a little taste. I'm more attracted to a guy who's told me a little about himself more than one that is vague or leaves too much to wonder.How you present yourself on the shelf can make all the difference between snagging your dream lover or enjoying 15 minutes of fame.