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"There's a difference between how men and women usually view profiles," says Davis, who frequently looks over potential matches with single people."Women often want to see how someone describes themselves and really connect with what they're saying, while men tend to prioritize photos first," says Davis."You have such a short window of time to catch someone's attention, you want to make sure it's actually on you while you have it!" That way, you also won't have to deal with someone messaging you to get in touch with another woman in your photo (yes, this has actually happened to a friend of mine)."We find that uploading more than one isn't the best approach, because that can also speak to your lifestyle," says Davis.
"An online dating profile is still a first impression, and a disclaimer seems closed off," says Davis.
"We find what works best is writing three short paragraphs: two about you, and one about who you're looking for," says Davis.
When talking about yourself, it can help to think of stories rather than facts.
"That kind of approach can work because it gives people a witty opener, especially when it's a challenge," says Davis.
If you're looking for something serious, it can still help to add some descriptors so people can better determine whether you have something substantial in common.