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?
Are there any words/phrases/hobbies that stand out from the crowd that are representative of you?
For example, if you enjoy sewing, baking or painting you could come up with some examples as follows: If you create a memorable username that includes something you like doing, is unique, clear, positive and appeals to people not robots, you are already storming ahead of your competition.
Just a note on this: if you are stringing words together as above, do use capital letters as I have done so that it is easier to see what the words say when put together.
Today we are going to focus on helping you create a punchy, winning written profile for you to post online on your chosen dating sites.
It may seem like a daunting task, but we are going to break it down into manageable chunks and try and have some fun with it. Let’s break down your profile in the following ways: Today we are going to focus on really nailing the first two sections.
If you completed last week’s exercises in the previous article on discovering your brand, you should have quite a few notes, which will provide the content for your profile. Every dating site requires you to have a username to distinguish you from all the other daters on the site.It needs to be unique, so it is obviously quite challenging to find a one that is available and works for you.It is worth spending a bit of time trying to find the right one – first impressions count, and this is the first thing people read about you.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.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.