A reputable dating site will remove any personal information before it appears live on site; this is to ensure that they provide you with a safe online dating environment.
Once you've completed your profile, read through it or ask a trusted friend to read through it and ask, would you reply to this person? If no, look at the areas where it can be improved until you've created that winning profile.
I think if you can make someone laugh or someone makes you laugh, you're on the path to a good relationship. talk about a scene from one of your all time favourite comedies and you may strike a chord with someone else who found the same thing just as funny as you. If your dream is to travel the world but you haven't quite got round to it there may be someone out there who would like to share this experience with you.
If you've been lucky enough to fulfil your dreams, share your story with other members.
Finally, do not include any personal information in your profile, e.g.
your e-mail address, home address, work address or telephone number.
If there is a particular place you visited and fell in love with, ask anyone who has been there to get in touch with you so you can reminisce together.
Matchmakers read thousands of profiles, and it’s a real challenge to get yours to stand out.
If you don't like writing about yourself or think you are going to get writer's block it's a good idea to enlist the help of a friend; the kind of friend who is always saying to you "I can't understand why you're still single, you're such a catch".
Ask your friend what your star qualities are and he or she will come up with a million and one positive things about you which you would have never thought of or dared to say about yourself.
It’s also difficult to differentiate your unique traits from the multitude of those searching for their soul mates on dating websites.
Let’s examine the following real dating profile (it’s from an awesome human being who gave me permission to feature her profile, and yes, she is available).