Sample of successful male dating profiles
The top-ranked profiles averaged around 1500 characters (with spaces).Most, but not all, of the bottom-ranked profiles were far from 1500 characters.If you are a good writer, write as much as you can.Finding 5 – The highest ranked-profiles described both Alpha Disney/romance/provider fantasies AND masculine/sexual/Alpha stuff, while the lower ranked profiles went overboard on either one or the other.The goal was to get some empirical data on what kinds of profiles appeal best to a broad range of women. Some women are looking for a “fun” guy, while others are looking for a “deep” guy.Some women are looking to date and have fun, others are looking for a husband, others don’t really know what they’re looking for.If we ever do this contest again, and I think we will, perhaps I will do an age-split where I have three sets of judges, one set 18-23, one 24-32, and one 33-45.Then each guy can submit one profile for each age group. I’ll have to think more on this, and your comments and suggestions are welcome.
So I guess the advice you could infer from all of this is: If you are a poor or mediocre writer, keep your profile to around 1500 characters or so.
I am easy going, and I love to put a smile on people’s faces, no matter where I am or who I am with. Do you consider yourself a bit dorky rather than “hot”, educated rather than just “street-smart”, a creator rather than a consumer, and happy rather than content? “Everybody dies, not everybody lives.” — I love the quote, but have no idea where it’s from. 100 points and a cereal box top can be redeemed for the best brownie recipe in the world. I just want to hang out casually to see if there is some chemistry between us. Send me a quick email with why you think we would get along well, and we’ll take it from there.
Some stuck up people may think it’s strange, but you might find me making faces back at the kids in the car in front of me. Second Place Winner – Dennis This one makes me proud.
Second place goes to our very own Dennis, long time commentor on this blog and a hell of a guy I met last year at the Chicago Blackdragon Retreat.
His average ranking was 7.3, with most of the voting judges giving him a ranking of 8 or higher.
First Place Winner – Saprian The first one is our first-place winner of 0, Saprian. Here it is: Is the glass half empty, half full, or just twice as large as it needs to be? I like to measure life not by the breaths I take, but by the moments that take my breath away – when the volume-knob of life is turned all the way down, and I am snuggling up by the fireplace with someone special under a blanket.