So have a friend take a good photo of you, preferably outdoors, and make sure it’s a full body shot.
Messages increase by a whopping 203 percent with full body photos.
If you’re a little self-conscious about your body type, don’t worry about it.
For one thing, women tend to be a little bit less shallow than we are in that department, and, for another, the less you blindside a woman with surprises on the first date, the better. Trying to impress women by snapping a shot of yourself with that supermodel-hot coworker doesn’t work. Posing with animals accounts for a negative 53 percent rate of message replies. While men don’t like it when women mention that they are divorced or have kids, turns out women do.
Online dating has become quite popular in the past few years.
Hectic work schedules and personal lives--along with limited free time--makes online dating a viable option for busy individuals.
They want to know about you, not what you are looking for.
Also, they’re looking to date a human being, not a blue ribbon county fair marshal.
And besides, you can list what you are looking for in a woman until you are blue in the face, but if the history of romance is anything to go by, 80 percent of that won’t matter when you meet the right person anyway.
These days, it has been observed that the popularity of online dating among youngsters is rising at a great pace.
Spelling errors or typing "cuz" instead of "because" in your messages will turn them off as fast as telling them you share a bed with your mother. This is tricky because women have a mastery over emoticons that we will never truly fathom, but misuse one and it could derail your chances. "Lmfao" will get you a giant 193 percent response rate bump, but "rofl" will get you stone cold silence.
Basically the thing to do is to use common sense when dipping into emoticon and abbreviation territory.
Also, make sure to keep things positive on your profile. Coming on too strong is a big time turn-off for women (although unsurprisingly, not for men.