In this part of the tutorial, I am going to take a common profile example that would fail to stand out from the crowd, and then re-write it in a way that is optimized towards making others take notice.“Hey my name is Jessica, I run a 10th grade drama program, and I love my job.” So what’s wrong with the online dating profile example above?Jessica has a great job and may love what she does, but unfortunately, this description will not spark any attraction or interest. So let’s transform the example above into the kind of writing that others will take notice of. Wink…” In the revised profile example, Jessica now appears unique, stands out from the competition, demonstrates various aspects of her personality, reveals qualities men are attracted to (helping others, being silly, etc.), displays nothing but positive energy, shows a passion for her daily life, demonstrate humor with a playful joke, and innocently flirts with the reader.“Most days of the week you could find me living out my dream as a 10th grade drama teacher. All of this (and more) is accomplished in just a few very short sentences.
Damona was also a finalist for i Date’s Best Dating Coach of 20, has been named one of the top dating experts in LA by Dating Advice.com, and she’s made hundreds of media appearances on NBC, Fox, Animal Planet, Sirius XM, Woman’s Day Magazine, Essence Magazine, People Magazine and more.Let’s take a look at a common example of a profile that is way too demanding and sends off negative energy.“The right woman for me needs to be beautiful, active, and very intelligent.If you care more about money than happiness, or live outside of the city, please move on, I’m only looking to date local.” While the words will differ from profile to profile, I see profiles similar to the example above all the time.It is ok to desire certain qualities in a partner, but they have to worded correctly.