No matter how good or bad it tasted, you probably wouldn't buy it. No matter what the reputation of the site, profiles serve as a first impression and allow other men to build a story about who you are as a person (am I'm not just talking about the physical).How you present yourself on the shelf can make all the difference between snagging your dream lover or enjoying 15 minutes of fame.Even the goriest of movies never show the most graphic scene on the DVD cover.They leave something to mystery, plus they don't want to scare potential viewers away.Make a list of his qualities and don't limit yourself to physical attributes- personality traits and details about his lifestyle (is he out, closeted, curious) are very important.You can be very specific ("My guy is 28 years old") or you can use ranges ("My guy is between 28 and 34 years old").Majority of men on the net browse around aimlessly, not knowing what they are looking for; waiting for an ambiguous Mr. Of course, we're all seeking a good man, but what kind of man?The idea of "hot" is always in the eye of the mouse clicker.
"Travel buff looking for someone to help pack my bags" or "What's my ideal date? Now that your catchy screen name and headline attracted a guy, clinch the deal with your ad text.
If you've ever been on a gay online dating site, you know that there are hundreds, if not thousands, of guys all looking to connect. And the most successful guys are those that know their market and the product they're presenting—themselves.
Imagine if your favorite cereal came in a white box with no graphics or explanation of what was inside.
Often times I use a favorite song title or a word from my favorite movie- something that will spark interest or prompt other hopeless romantics to look at my profile.
Screen names are like billboard headlines, which invite others to at least check out the product.