But what if you could just skip right to the “date” part?
No profile writing, no back and forth messaging – just showing up to meet higher quality women than ever before?
Give her a glimpse of what being with you would be like.
You’re active, fun, social – in short, you’ve got a fulfilling happy life and you happen to be looking for someone to join you in a few adventures.
Having high expectations exudes confidence, and confidence is an attractive trait.
On the other hand, only talking about what you’re looking for in your bio, or being so vague and all-inclusive that you’re basically saying “I’ll date anyone” has the opposite effect: Make sure to include a “call to action” at the end of this paragraph.
Mention your hobbies, things you like to do with friends, etc, always keeping in mind that she’s going to be imagining what it’s like to spend time with you.
The above example is written for a site like Match.com, where longer profiles are the norm.
Open with an exciting travel story or a humorous anecdote that hints at your personality.
In this example, the first line of this profile immediately gives her something pleasurable to visualize, so within the first couple words she’s already imagining her tropical vacation with you, filled with warm blue water and cute sea turtles.
That’s a fancy marketing term for telling your audience (in this case, the attractive women you’re looking to date) what you want them to do now.
As promised, here are two instant profiles you can use right now, one for a site like Match.com, and one perfect for a dating app like Tinder. It’s ready to adapt and upload to just about any dating site. While you’d be hard-pressed to find better profile templates than these online, keep in mind they are still fill-in-the-blank profile templates.