You don’t want to attract the wrong kind of attention. Personally, apart from the last one (not only too lazy to think of something, they can’t even be bothered to check their spelling) and the scary one about the ‘furnace of darkness’, I find the others fine, but perhaps a little bland. So when you’re creating your own headline, you need to ask yourself, does this pique interest? They appealed to my taste, but may well not appeal to yours.
Thirdly, it’s best to leave work out of things at this point. Basically, I’m not on falling over myself to click the ‘read more’ button. In any case they are slightly more interesting and well thought out than the earlier ones, demonstrating a level of creativity and humour. With a little bit of effort you will probably come up with something that is better than 90% of what is currently out there!
The second Frank sounds infinitely more interesting to me than the first one.
How do you let potential daters know that you are smart, beautiful and funny without seeming a little conceited or desperate?
We spoke to Match.coms’s relationship expert Kate Taylor, who told us all we need to know about how to write an online dating profile that's sure to get you hits.
Firstly, the most important thing is to make sure you’re using correct spelling and grammar (apart from the capital letter usage as outlined above).
So, avoid names like: I’m sure I don’t need to tell you this, but they are just awful.