Like what should you write and not write on your about me
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-Have recent pictures! Like within the last 6 months at the most. Having an updated picture is important because that is how the person is going to recognize you when they meet you for the first time.
-Get creative with your "About me". Feel free to talk about some of your future plans, like travelling, possible education, jobs, etc...
-Don't forget to add some interests on your "About Me". Do you like to paint? Are you an avid Mountain Climber? Do you participate in any recreational sports? Talk about that as well. This allows the person reading to really get a good idea of who you are.
-State what type of things you look for in a mate. Make a good list of things, but don't make it too long. Stick to things that are more personality driven, such as "Vivacious, considerate, caring, loving, romantic, bubbly". This will allow someone to gauge whether they would be a good match for you.
-An important thing to keep in mind is to also try to use correct grammar and spelling. Don't use too much slang or text speak, and also don't use numbers as letters. This might seem quite picky, but you want to make a good impression. If you can't use proper grammar it makes you look uneducated. Not trying to offend anyone, but this was another thing that made me skip over profiles. Think of it like a resume. You want to meet someone, you have to impress them. Showing them you can't spell makes you seem less attractive. Now some errors are okay, but it can be really hard to understand and read a profile that is riddled with spelling and grammar mistakes. It's also hard to understand what someone is trying to say if they use text speak as well.
- Put up outdated pictures. No one wants to see a picture of you 10 years ago. Save that for when you are in a relationship with that person. But on a dating site it can be misleading and cause the person meeting you to be distrustful.
-Do not go on a tangent about what you don't want in a relationship. Too many times I have seen this online where someone will go off about a bunch of things their ex did. They just come across as being incredibly bitter. It doesn't help anyone gauge if they would be a good match, because it makes you look like you have a lot of baggage to contend with. No one wants to deal with baggage. Instead, stay focussed on the positive stuff.
-Don't leave your "About me" mainly blank and just simply put "if you want to know more, message me". This is incredibly common as well, and it drove me crazy when I was looking online. It just shows that you couldn't be bothered to put anything in your profile. It makes you seem less interested in meeting someone.