Online Personals Advert Posting

You can be absoluetly fabulous, but if your online personals advert is poorly written, no one will contact you. Follow these steps to write an eye-catching, date-grabbing, mate grabbing profile.

  1. Be honest about your age.
    Tell us your real age; there's no need to be defensive or dishonest. If you lie and they find out later, wave them bye bye
  2. Use a realistic and flattering photograph.
    Submit a quality, current photograph of yourself, but nothing that wildly misrepresents your actual appearance. Make it the best picture you can get for quality.
  3. Describe yourself decently and well.
    Answer questions honestly about your height, weight, race, religion, orientation. Be accurate, not deceptive. Accurate: "I'm six feet, 170 pounds, with short blond hair and glasses." Deceptive: "I'm just like Michaelangelo's David, with intellect to match."
  4. Show your positive nature.
    Write in an upbeat style. Similarly, don't ever apologize for posting or be shy about it. Be positive and assertive.
  5. Be brief and clear.
    Invite me in. make me want to read about you. Format your posting so it's easy to read. In other words, make your sentences and paragraphs brief. Also, don't stuff your postings with words; that's a huge turn off. Make sure you leave plenty of white space.
  6. Make me want to know more
    I don't mean "if you want more then message me". I mean that you need to make me curious enough to message you. This holds good whetehr you want a partner for life or a one night stand
  7. Avoid spelling mistakes.
    Spell-check your posting. Make sure common errors like "form" instead or "from" are corrected

Major Tips for Personals Advert Creation

  1. Be clear about why you're posting. If the person reading your requirements doesn't fit them, they shouldn't waste their time reading further. You want quality not quantity!
  2. Explain what makes you who you are. Use adjectives and add detail, i.e., "I'm a playful 25 year old biker chick who likes to relax by writing romantic poetry and fan fiction novels."
  3. Share what you like best in a partner. Don't be negative or cruel. Instead, say what you want, i.e., "A guy who knows how to cook me a romantic dinner, yet can also change a tyre when he has a puncture."
  4. When you respond to others' posts, show them that you actually took notice of what they wrote, and aren't just turned on by their picture or physical description, or their X Rated habits.

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