Also, make sure the location suits your personality.
If you love walking around the South Bank or along the river at weekends, include some photos that show you doing just that.
Men should avoid including “going out with friends” as a hobby (although women can safely include this), while women need to avoid the words “making a difference”, as it puts men off.
Choose the right dating site You’re reading this on Guardian Soulmates’ blog, so I’m guessing it’s safe for me to assume you’ve signed up to the right dating site to attract professionals!
For example, if you enjoy sewing, baking or painting you could come up with some examples as follows: that includes something you like doing, is unique, clear, positive and appeals to people not robots, you are already storming ahead of your competition.
It is the colour of love and passion and has been proven to be a draw for men.
When it comes to the rest of your dating profile photos, it’s important to realise that the photos you choose actually give people lots of clues about you and your lifestyle, so this is one of the most important things to get right to attract whip-smart professionals.
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.
Frank number two is making his username work hard for him rather than wasting this great opportunity to attract people from the get-go. How much easier would it be to send him an email than the first Frank? But also, crucially, it’s going to be much, much easier to remember the name of the second Frank, so if you want to find him again the next time you’re online, you will. Have a look back at some of the things you came up with about yourself last week.