Dating advice for women review guide
A few sentences aren’t enough to tell her who you are and what you’re all about.
I’m not going to throw out a specific word count you should shoot for because you’re likely to wrap things up too early when you’re writing. Sharing your life story in detail is a bad idea because she won’t be curious to know more about you. Now that you know the basics to creating a killer profile, I’m going to share with you a few pitfalls to avoid. To quote a recent girl I met, “if I had a nickel for every guy that claimed to be romantic, I wouldn’t be searching for a Sugar Daddy”.
A common mistake my fellow men tend to make with online dating is to create a profile and just hope women will contact them. For women to actually contact you, they need to know you exist.
Until they see your profile, you’re non-existent to them.
That will be good enough to at least get her to read what you have to say. No, I’m not some skuzzy salesman trying to fleece my way into her pants.
She won’t have any reason to bother contacting you. The main thing to avoid is being clichéd in your profile. The next most common pitfall to : shirtless, drunk, group (with your buddies), wearing your hat on backwards, or making a silly face.