A catchy dating headline
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?
No harm in letting someone else’s words string together your thoughts.
Let’s be realistic—most of us enter zip code and age parameters, and then narrow the criteria with a custom search for a word of interest, such as 'brewpub', 'warriordash', or 'camping' Then, as soon as humanely possible we get to the photos.
If the photos don’t cut it, we generally don’t click on the person. But if we make it past the photo, skimming profiles, the first thing you'll notice is the profile tagline.
Typically, the alarm bells start clanging as soon as we see their profile taglines: 90% of these taglines are either typical (overused and boring) or slightly needy.
The Dating Gurus are at your service to explain just why a dating profile headline (also known as a tagline) is more important than you would first suspect.