Lisa Hoehn specializes in transformations that can make anyone more attractive to potential suitors: online dating profile makeovers.
"I'm a serial online dater — which means I've sent and received thousands of messages, corresponded with hundreds upon hundreds of men, and been on (without exaggeration) at least one hundred first dates," she says in her book, , out today.
Instead of focusing on your physical characteristics, shift your focus to your profile.
Research shows that 64% of online users believe common interests are important.
) For example, if you went skydiving once, but really love hiking–choose the photo of yourself on a hike.
Knowing how to surf and taking yoga classes are popular activities among males and females, so if either is an interest of yours, it’s a good idea to mention it. Data suggests you shouldn’t mention “God” because it can immediately deter someone, so it’s better to keep church and state separate on your dating profile.
If you quickly set up your profile, chances are you made a few spelling and grammatical errors.
There are over 54 million single people in the United States and every day, millions of people turn to online dating in search of their perfect match. Chances are you’re either sharing too much, or too little, or not using the right language to really catch someone’s eye.
If you’re one of those millions looking for love online, you might be wondering “how do I get someone to ‘swipe right’ on me? If you’re looking to boost your chances, we took a look at data from multiple dating sites to determine how to best optimize your dating profile for success.