Think more along the lines of “Open at your own risk” or “Hope you’ve got a passport.” Make her laugh or make her curious and she’ll be more likely to click on your profile.
When a woman looks at your photos and reads your profile, she should be able to create a mental image of who you are.
So have a friend take a good photo of you, preferably outdoors, and make sure it’s a full body shot.
Spelling errors or typing "cuz" instead of "because" in your messages will turn them off as fast as telling them you share a bed with your mother. This is tricky because women have a mastery over emoticons that we will never truly fathom, but misuse one and it could derail your chances. "Lmfao" will get you a giant 193 percent response rate bump, but "rofl" will get you stone cold silence.
Basically the thing to do is to use common sense when dipping into emoticon and abbreviation territory.
If you’re a little self-conscious about your body type, don’t worry about it.
For one thing, women tend to be a little bit less shallow than we are in that department, and, for another, the less you blindside a woman with surprises on the first date, the better. Trying to impress women by snapping a shot of yourself with that supermodel-hot coworker doesn’t work. Posing with animals accounts for a negative 53 percent rate of message replies. While men don’t like it when women mention that they are divorced or have kids, turns out women do.
Also, you’re not Frank Sinatra, so steer clear of the demeaning colloquialisms like "baby" or "doll." Turns out women are not great fans of chauvinism, especially from someone they don’t even know.
Let’s face it men, women already think we’re a bunch of cavemen, so they don’t need further confirmation in the form of incoherent and misspelled ramblings.The rate of message responses jumps by 52 percent at the mention of divorce or separation.So go ahead and be honest about those kinds of things. If you have a foot fetish or a hardcore drug habit, maybe save that for date number...never.If one of your New Year’s resolutions for 2014 is to finally find love—and if you’re single, it probably is—then there’s a good chance you may soon turn to online dating.According to a Pew Research poll released last October, 59 percent of Internet users think that online dating is a good way to meet people, while 36 percent of Americans who are single and actively looking for a partner, according to dating site Zoosk, are going online to find a match.We took a look at the data and broke it down into five easy tips to help you finally find your one true love.