Building a good online dating profile
It might seem easiest to use a photo you already have, but stop and think about the message this photo will send within the context of a dating website.
The headshot you use for business purposes is probably a bit too posed and/or stuffy-looking for purposes of attracting dates.
Keep your product’s major flaws out of the commercial.
The obvious points of picking photos are to make them (1) flattering, and (2) accurate.
If you still think online dating carries a stigma, get your head out of the 1990s!
Online dating is now the easiest way to meet people.
So select photos that look good, but could also in some universe be reasonably understood to be you.
Dating profile photos are a separate category from most other photos.
We took a look at the data and broke it down into five easy tips to help you finally find your one true love.
Or, at the very least, to get a reply from a woman who doesn’t just post photos of her cats.
Yes, selfies have become an ingrained part of our culture, but you should keep them on Instagram where they belong.
According to Zoosk’s data, profiles with a selfie as the photo get a negative 8 percent response rate.