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Or, even simpler, move your primary photo (the one members immediately see when they search) in with your secondary photos, and move a secondary photo up to the primary spot.“If you just switch the order of your photos, you’ll get an entirely different result,” guarantees Lasky. these all send totally different messages that will appeal to totally new audiences—and attract a whole different set of potential dates. Imagine what kind of impression you’re sending when people check out your interests only to find you spend most of your time... Profiles stuck in a time warp send an “I don’t care” vibe to viewers; to avoid that, “update sections—like the ‘last book read’ to something like the new George R. Martin book or your ‘favorite place’ to a hot new restaurant,” suggests Alyssa Wodtke, coauthor of .After changing her own search parameters from ‘non-smokers only’ to ‘no preference,’ Burbach got a whole new set of potential loves sent to her.One of them had listed himself as a smoker even though he only smoked occasionally when going out.’ will usually work,” says Evan Marc Katz, founder of and author of .“Many people make their profile well-written but don’t focus on what will get people to see that profile in the first place,” he says.
“Go through the initial criteria you may have marked [wanting in a date] — religious beliefs, hair color, smoking preference — to see if you’ve been too hard-line on one of those items,” says Cherie Burbach, author of “What you may have thought was an important point before you meet someone may seem trivial when you meet a great person.” Even if you only add a few years to either end of the age range you’d consider or expand your geographical range by another 20 miles, you’ll be inviting to more singles—something Burbach proved to herself.That means that the clever headline that explains why you’re wearing a Santa hat or the super-sultry line you wrote about your mile-long legs under “about me” won’t be visible.“It’s vital that in any view, your profile attracts and commands attention,” says Tracy.“If I hadn’t changed my preference, I never would have met him—but now he’s my husband,” she says.As a professional gay matchmaker, I loved listening to how invested Amy Webb was in finding a life partner.