It should be smiling, looking at the camera, and a clear shot of your face.Check out Jill's before and after photos above; she is the beauty you see in Photo #2, and was inundated with responses after her Smart Dating photo shoot.told the fascinating story of one woman's unusual online dating success story.
You may have a fascinating profession to brag about, as did Paleo Gal, Art Lady, and Novelist53.
Learn how to avoid the mistakes made by 90 percent of searchers and create a profile that captures your strong points and stands out from the crowd.
Every word counts in your opener, including your user name. Your dating "handle" should be anonymous yet descriptive. You might want to zero in on an activity or interest, like I did with my online ID, Golf Nut.
90% of your online success is based on your photos.
Your opening headshot is the most important photo you have - it must capture someone's attention instantly, and make them want to learn more.