Most people in a study conducted by the Pew Research Center were drawn to individuals whose profiles were positive but not over-the-top glowing.
People don’t tend to believe it if someone seems too good to be true, so be honest but put your best foot forward. Try something like “NPR, IPA, E3, & U-N-Me.” Going after the career-driven intellectual?
You’ll find that all of these terms are positively associated with a quality partner’s characteristics. People want to find commonalities with their match.
The lesson here is to put the good things about you at the forefront. Disclosing your interests makes for effortless conversations and paints a clearer picture of the type of person you are. According to a study from Ok Cupid and Match.com, it’s best if some of the interests below are included because it’s what the popular online dating kids do.
Making others believe that you are the perfect guy requires some thought and ingenuity in coming up with a catchy headline that will compel them to know more about you.
Truth be told, the majority of potential candidates won’t even get into your profile as they will be heavily filtering their search results according to location, age and interests.
It might surprise you, but going by the books here won’t cut it.