"Great photos and a short paragraph should pique his curiosity to get to know you better." Think of it as a teaser trailer.If he makes it to the date, maybe he'll get to see the whole movie."This way, a guy won't be confused" and will be anticipating pretty mug when date time comes.Spira says women tend to gravitate toward classic LBDs in their photos, which can cause you to get lost in the digital playground.If you're hoping to advertise as a potential girlfriend, Spira says to show off your shape subtly in something like a curve-hugging dress instead.We know you have a lot to say about yourself; you have an awesome, full, vibrant life, after all.
"Keep the word count to 125-150 words, maximum," she says.Lots of women think sexy shots will help them stand out in the digital landscape, but class tends to attract the quality men."Leave a little bit to the imagination," says Spira."When it comes to sustaining a relationship, it actually doesn't matter in the least if you both like horses or hiking." Instead, think about the qualities that matter to men. "Show him what he'd get being with you by telling a story that appeals to the reader," says."The big change here is marketing speak; you're marketing yourself," says Katz. "Men are looking for sexy, funny, vibrant and exciting." Everyone wants to know how their choices will benefit them.