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(Warning: If you’ve ever stabbed your eyes with a trident — the stabby thing, not the gum — that’s what looking at these sites feels like.Most were apparently designed by an 8-year-old with a Mac from 1992, back when animated GIFs were cool and a rotating smiley was the pinnacle of innovation.) The gist: This one seems reputable, if a bit skewed toward 40-year-olds who like swimming with the dolphins. The bad: Non-paying members can only send one of 13 short, canned messages, like “I feel a nice connection with you after reading your profile.” The bizarre: Verdict: There are only seven guys in Seattle between the ages of 25 and 35 whose profiles include a photo.At the end of the day, both men and women can coast by on their looks, and never feel compelled to have to improve their profiles.If you’re attractive, you will always get attention.As long as women keep receiving a steady stream of generic emails that say, “Hey, great profile. Would love to learn more about you,” they’re convinced that they actually have great profiles. The only reason that many attractive women get these “great profile” emails is that the men writing to them need SOMETHING to say.Unless he wants to write a “you’re hot” (or more likely, “your hot”) email, all he can say is “great profile”. Because you didn’t give him anything specific with which to work.Blurry pictures, pictures of pets, the dreaded bathroom mirror picture (why do they do that), no information in the profile, the list goes on. A good picture of your face and a good picture of all of you will help with that.Pictures of your pets, your trip to the 3rd world and your garden will not.
So don’t be too surprised if you’re not enamored with 9 out of 10 emails you receive. 2) Your profile is likely not attracting the small percentage of “right men” out there – which is something that we can easily change.
And Google ads recently volunteered to help me “meet yoga singles.” (Google, do I like I do yoga?