Alternatively, if you’ve said reading is a passion of yours, give your profile viewers a brief review of your favourite novel.
Use open questions and make it easy for others to ask your about your interests using these interest-writing tips.
When you first sign up with match.com, you’ll be asked to give some basic info about yourself.
You’ll be able to pick the words that best describe you, and give others an idea of the things you’re interested in, be it eating out, dancing or volunteering.
You’ll also be asked questions about the type of person you’re looking to date.
The answers you give will help people to connect with you, whether that’s through advanced searches, or by seeing your profile as one of their daily matches or the matches we recommend to each member.
It’s a good opportunity to give people an idea of what you do in your spare time as well as how you spend your working day.
This little ditty can compel us to read further, or it can cause us to roll our eyes and move on.We frequently get requests for help from Plenty of Fish (see our review on POF) and Match (our review on Match) members for advice on making their online dating profiles more appealing.Typically, the alarm bells start clanging as soon as we see their profile taglines: 90% of these taglines are either typical (overused and boring) or slightly needy.Just as bad are those which scream of desperation, or have a rescue complex. All we did was look at some random pages of dating profiles and just pulled these typical taglines.But this is great news for OUR readers, because you are now going to stand out as a creative and clever person amongst the yawners, oddballs, and desperadoes. We had to stop ourselves, because they just went on and on.