Dating profile headline tips
The “Hmmm” Headline Use your headline space to start an interesting or outlandish-sounding story. Make her click over to your profile in hopes of knowing more.If you want to seem intriguing or mysterious, try to create a sense of adventure and international hijinks around yourself.It’s also effective to phrase your headline as a question.After all, the woman will then want to either know or provide the answer.
The Sadsack Headline Please don’t represent yourself as a desperate loser burdened by years of baggage. The message you’re sending with headlines like these is that you’re unhappy, weighed down with tons of issues, and resigned to a sad fate of online dating.
Either way, ellipses and question marks make it seem like you’re having a conversation – without you even having to say anything directly.
So if you’re not into the bad-boy thing, what about something like …The former invites a woman to send you a message while the latter jokingly invites a woman to drop you a line if she is all of the above.
The “It Ain’t Easy Bein’ Sleazy” Headline Please don’t include the phrase “DTF” (or any of its variants) anywhere in your online dating profile.
(Yes, we’ve seen it, we just wish we hadn’t.)Your headline isn’t the place to advertise that you’re only in the market for a friend with benefits. If you’re not looking for something serious, that’s fine.