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Episode 53



How to Do a Badass Overhaul of Your Online Dating Profile

Episode 53

How to Do a Badass Overhaul of Your Online Dating Profile



Dating Den Episode 53 – With Nancy: How to Do a Badass Overhaul of Your Online Dating Profile

Are you sick and tired of online dating?

Does your online profile need a major overhaul?

Well, by the time this podcast is over you are going to be one badass online dating ninja.

During the show, Nancy shares her online dating profile with me and I give her tips and some sure-fire ways to help her meet quality guys online.

What Nancy Learned from Past Relationships [3:17]

Nancy’s past relationships haven’t included guys who will make her a priority, fit into her non-negotiables (deal breakers) or who accept her boundaries. Nancy is a good example of a woman who learns from what doesn’t work in relationships and then moves on to what she wants.

Nancy’s 5 Non-Negotiables:

  • Family values
  • Loyalty and honesty
  • Integrity
  • Fun and adventure
  • Being able to financially contribute to the relationship

Modifying Nancy’s Online Profile [7:04]

Changing the structure of your profile to put the attention-grabbing stuff first. You want to describe the guy who should be contacting you. “Here is what I picture our first date to be like, are you ready?” is an intriguing proposition. Make your description like a job ad. If he meets the requirements then he gets a date.

It’s important to be specific. Describe yourself with “I am the ….” and use “we are both …”. Fill in the blanks to attract your target market of available guys.

our online dating profile should paint a picture of how a guy will feel with you in his life.

Other Tips That Pay Off [17:02]

  • You should be engaging with the dating site for at least 20 minutes every day.
  • Get professional photos! Choose lifestyle photos that are hip and happening. fun, flirty and feminine.
  • Consider guys that are a 70% compatibility match.
  • Go on one to two dates per week.

You are the common denominator.

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