Bottom line: a dating profile—your first impression—is “sell copy,” and you’re the product being marketed.The trick for you as “Boy” to get the biggest bang for your buck is to optimize your pitch so it will best appeal to Girl’s brain with content that directly tags her where Cupid lives.
"It's really amazing how the women respond to this stuff.
I'm feeling like a dating superman now and my friends think I'm using some kind of magic or witchcraft and they can't figure it out.." Rob - Washington D. If she touches you and gets close to you on the first date, that's a very good sign.
But that's a problem because most guys try to meet women at a club, filled with noise, dancing and drunks.
It's probably the worst place to meet a woman because that's what every other guy is there to do. You're just like every other guy on the prowl looking for chicks.
Women don't touch-or get close to men they don't like.
But do you know how to respond so she will keep touching you for many dates to come?
Because some people use only their handles as a personal identifier for some time, many online daters will come to use your handle as your "name", and may even greet you by your handle upon meeting face to face.
The next thing anyone will see on your profile is your tag line.
90% of profiles feature the same cliche phrases like: "I'm a hard-working guy who is looking for a nice girl." "I enjoy hanging out with my friends." "I'm an easy-going, fun person." DON’T DO THIS!
Although there's nothing inherently wrong with these sentences, you should avoid using them if possible, since so many other people have them on their profile.
Phrases like this don't help you stand out and can be BORING to read after having seen them so many times.