We’ve just given you 18 awesome usernames, but chances are they’re already taken.
Research has shown that likeability stems from her subconscious initial impression of you, and on most dating sites your username is one of the first things she sees.Don’t be one of those guys who puts zero thought into his username.In Finding the One Online, I give you 7 hours of audio, a 180 page transcript, a 35 page workbook – and tips on everything from choosing the right site, to writing a compelling online dating profile, to taking the right photos, to flirting effectively via email so that every single person will want to meet you in person. What’s the most memorable username you’ve ever seen on a dating site?I’m quite sure our readers are not going to copy them for their own personal usage. The most memorable (in a good way) were a Blond Moment, Polyglotapus, and Toe_Tap_N.There’s nothing unique, memorable or distinguishing. One of my favorite usernames was The Goose Whisperer, written for a client named Bobbi in 2005. So if you’re wondering how to come up with a clever name that gets attention, and attracts a like-minded person with a great sense of humor, I have an exercise that can help you come up with usernames just like the ones I mention above.
Bobbi had a farm with geese in the yard and instead of using The Horse Whisperer, which was way too overdone, we changed one word to great effect. It’s in Volume 2 of my Finding the One Online audio series, and is the cherry on top of your new online dating experience.
We’ve got 18 examples of usernames that work great for POF and
We’ll even tell you why they work so you can come up with an irresistible username that’s 100% you. You want it to be a sneak preview into the rest of your profile.
If you go for the second option, here are the top 4 things to avoid when writing a username:#1: Don’t tack on numbers or characters to make it available.
Using your first name is fine, as long as it’s not too unusual or difficult to pronounce.
As someone who has been an online dating coach since 2003, I’d venture to guess that I’ve not only seen more usernames than just about anyone on the planet, but I’ve written more of them as well.