How To Write Perfect Dating Profile To Attract Seniors?
Many a person is turning to the internet in order to find companionship. While it’s alright and easy to write a profile for women/men your age, it’s quite not the same ball game when it comes to senior dating. There are many stages to creating a good senior dating profile; each and every step needs careful understanding and scrutiny. With the advent of smartphones there has been an onslaught of senior dating apps with plenty of takers. A senior dating app can be downloaded from the internet to your smartphone for free, though membership is not always free.
- What kind of person are you looking for: Before you get down to writing a dating profile, ask yourself what type of person you want to meet online. Your profile should be tailored to attract exactly that kind of a person.
- Take a new and updated photo: You just cannot go rummaging in your high school or graduation albums for a photo because that would not be a correct representation of how you look now. Years have passed, so take a new and current photo, with a good backdrop. Use a high resolution, because grainy photos don’t really make the cut.
- Fun and Positive: A great dating profile should give out positive vibes and at the same time be fun to read. Do not write about boring stuff, because all people do that. Remember that a good dating profile does not have stuff on it that moans and groans. Nobody wants to see you complain, especially a potential catch.
- Avoid taboo subjects: Besides avoiding negativity, your profile should avoid discussing things like religion and politics. A good profile should make the person seeing it interested in wanting to meet you. A sense of personality should be projected, along with clear ideals. After you start dating the person, you can start sharing more intimate details, but keep your profile short and sweet.
- What do you love?: Besides the all too obvious sex, talk about things that you love doing, and try to write things that you’re genuinely interested in. For example, you might like colleting stamps, so list that as a hobby, or fish keeping; something out of the ordinary that attracts attention. Avoid overdone clichés.
- It’s not an essay: Remember this golden rule, don’t make it sound like a boring and tedious essay. Your profile should have fun and spontaneity in it, along with a good dose of humour. It should be a flowing and easy read.
- To the point: Try to be as specific as you can. A generic dating profile won’t do. There are millions of them out there and they get overlooked all the time. Statements like “I love to travel” just don’t make the cut, I’m sorry. Where do you like to travel? There are lots of places in the world, duh.
- Take your own sweet time: This is a common mistake and please avoid it at all costs. You do not need to rush yourself, there’s no plane to catch here. Don’t put a lot of pressure on yourself when you start writing. It’s better to have a rough draft and then work on it.
- Concise: People are busy and do not have the time to go over all the details, so be as concise as you can; this is why I put stress on point 8. Having a rough draft helps.
- 10. Always be what you are: There’s no point in lying about yourself. Sooner or later you’ll be going out on a date and you don’t really want to be in over your head.