You may well be “Ready to Try One Last Time” (ouch) “Looking for someone to love me” (yikes) or “Back on here… You may hate being single, but your online dating profile is not the place to advertise how depressed you are over this state of affairs.A better place to do that is on Facebook 😉The Die-Hard Romantic Headline You may think that women will be swayed by your romanticism.
But just because she liked doesn’t mean she wants to live in it.“Are you The One,” “Looking For Ms.
Right,” “Searching for my Soulmate” and “Love like there’s no tomorrow” are lame dating headlines. Someone cool and masculine and maybe a little dangerous. You’re not going to get a woman to fall desperately in love with you using only a headline, but you can definitely intrigue her.
In this article, we'll teach you some nifty tricks and tips to help you do just that – and to get a woman’s attention from the get-go … Because the purpose of a headline is to get a woman interested, the worst thing you can do is be boring or one-dimensional. The Captain Obvious Headline You might in fact be a “Southern gentleman looking for my cowgirl,” but – DUH.
Below are some mistakes to avoid (and, sadly, actual headlines we’ve seen). That’s why you’re on a dating site: because you’re looking to meet a woman.
The Hey/Hi/Hello Headline Don’t use some form of greeting. You might as well have said “I’m on here because I want to meet women” or “Single and Ready to Mingle.”Use this rule of thumb: if it’s been printed on a mass-produced t-shirt, you might want to avoid it.