Lovesbakingbread, for example, is harder to read and is actually a bit off-putting, the exact opposite of what you’re aiming for.
Firstly, the most important thing is to make sure you’re using correct spelling and grammar (apart from the capital letter usage as outlined above).
Try and uniquely yours headline injected with your personality. If you are funny, proof it and show it through your profile headline. Don’t you think people always consider themselves funny?
This will make you stand out among thousand of competitor. See below profile headline, and we get the picture this guys are funny without saying it“Does this butt make my pants look full? – Age: 37, New York“I believe you have my staples” – Age: 31, Freehold“Pssst! :)” - Age: 37, Los Angeles“Help ME Help You” - Age: 29, Culver City“Try Me Out” - Age: 35, Long Beach“Can someone please help me?
So, avoid names like: I’m sure I don’t need to tell you this, but they are just awful.
Secondly, avoid anything remotely sexy or seductive – it will give the wrong impression.
” - Age: 39; Canoga Park Tips 4Learn from your competitor There is nothing wrong to take a peek at your competitor’s profile headline. I have list some the good, bad and ugly profile headline at the bottom for your references.
You may learn much better seeing the actual profile headlines. Tips 5Don’t use all capital letters In internet society – all capital words means you are SCREAMING. I would like you to attend my party; and then we can also invite your pants to come down Hey sexy. Let’s add you and me, subtract our clothes, divide your legs, and then multiply. The word of the day is “legs.” Let’s go back to myplace and spread the word.
Let’s have a look below at some actual dating headlines in use now (the good, the bad and the ugly…) I literally cut and paste the first 15 I came across directly from two different dating sites today – so these are real, live headlines uncensored by me. The second Frank sounds infinitely more interesting to me than the first one.His name makes me chuckle because it’s a bit silly, but it shows he has some imagination and already I know I have something in common with him.See below actual profile headline that “Me Too” “Hi, it’s me”“You May be The One I’m looking for ““Hello”“Looking to meet someone new”“Mr. Over here…here U go” – Age:38, Downey You love to eat or have special hobby, you may want to say something like these:“Lamb chop in need of a cook” – Age: 40, New Rochelle“The Flying Spaghetti monster sees all” – Age: 37, Los Angeles“How about a cup of java” – Age: 32, Maywood“Have Passport will Travel” - Age: 40; Los Angeles“Sailor & dog need friendly navigator! ” - Age: 31; Cerritos“Why is it so hard to find a great girl?” - Age: 40; Los Angeles“LA Tennis Fan Looking For Match “ - Age: 35; Los Angeles“Punk Rock Without The Mohawk...” - Age: 21; Burbank Tips 3 Don’t sound desperate You are giving out “I’m loser. Try it and you will get no respond at all.“HEY IS THIS THING ON! ” Age: 36; Pasadena“I was sooooo bored” Age: 20; Tarzana“Nice guy but tired of being lonely” - Age: 30; Canoga Park“Who's ready for me?Tip 1Don’t Be Me Too Do you now how many people actually using the same headline?The overused headline will make you look “Mee Too”, boring, and a sure thing to get your profile gets dumped.As we are trying to attract people here, not robots, it makes sense to try and come up with a name that appeals to the kind of people we want to attract.The username you choose needs to work for you not against you, so ideally it needs to be: – which one are you more likely to click on?If you have tried online dating before, you will probably be aware that there are a lot of bad usernames out there.Lots of people, unfortunately, give this little or no thought, often choosing perhaps their first name with a series of numbers after it.