Create a Profile that gets Attention

With the thousands of profiles out there you want to stand out and attract the attention of the sexy playmates you wish to get naked and… well, do what comes naturally with. Here is some advice for ladies and couples.

Pretty much every online dating website gives you the option to create a profile of some description; it’s your advertisement to draw in your ideal playmates, as well as a way of filtering out the not-so-ideal playmates (trust me, you want that)! Be warned, there is a tidal wave of ultra-horny single guys that you are going to come across on these sites. Your profile is your first tool in cutting through it!

So what makes a good profile?

Details

Fill in as many details as possible, and don’t be shy! Details that aren’t filled in are often read as “too embarrassed to put it down”. So if it’s penis or breast size, many people assume that you haven’t answered because it/they are really small so don’t let them think that or just be upfront about it and you’ll attract people that are ok with it. It can also come across as “couldn’t be bothered” which is not attractive either. Oh and guys, measure it (by “it”, I mean your penis!), don’t sell yourself short or falsely advertise how big you aren’t! As much as you’d like to think it doesn’t happen, people talk and sometimes your reputation can precede you so under promise (a little) – over deliver!

Photos

This one addition can mean the difference between 1 wink a week and 10 winks or messages a day. Men are visual creatures for a start so if you are looking for some sexy men, then put your best sexy pictures up and if you don’t have any, get a girlfriend or your partner to take some! Have fun with it. If you’re seeking another lady, then you definitely need pictures; women need lots of words, details and pictures to create attraction. For couples, make sure you put pictures up of both of you and try to avoid using pictures with other people in them. It’s easy to think that the sexy man with a girl wrapped around him is her partner… And as much fun as that picture was to be in, it’s misleading.

This is your billboard so make it impressive but use recent photos. There is nothing worse than meeting someone who you thought looked awesome only to find out that they are 10 years older, 15kgs heavier and aren’t attractive at all! Yes, this happened to us so I kid you not!

Choose photos that will resonate with the kind of person you want to attract. If you like BDSM and more of the kinkier stuff, use pictures that depict that. If you are more conservative then use pictures that shows your body but with your private parts covered so it’s a tasteful tease… If you are into being nude and love your hard and fast, dirty sex then have some pictures that give you that impression. It’s entirely up to you, and as you evolve, you may want to change your pictures to attract some different people to play with.

Most people use body pictures for the public gallery and reserve face shots for the private or restricted gallery. One of the first things you’ll want to see after you’ve decided you like someone’s profile, is to see their face so be sure to put one of your lovely self in your private gallery. People who refuse to show face pictures can come across as potential fakes so be aware that no face pictures could land you with that label.

A good blurb “About Myself”

Describe yourselves in detail and I mean detail, “less is more” does not apply here! Describe your interests, hobbies, life, and inject some personality into it by writing as you’d speak. The more creative the more it stands out, I’ve seen people write their profile like a fine dining menu or car brochure feature list, entertaining is good! The people who connect with what you write will also likely be good connections for you. Try to use actual words and spelling where possible, a profile full of acronyms and short hand alternate spelling can be dificlt 2 rEd n ppl wl giv up qkly (translation: difficult to read and people will give up quickly).

Your ideal partner?

If you are just looking for a single guy or gal for some threesome fun, write it. If you want more group action or just couples, write it. If you are “bi-curious” and want to experiment, write it! Don’t be shy, just write what you want to play with or experience!

This is also the area you can write about what you don’t want. I’ve seen this done effectively, sometimes it’s quite stern and to the point (basically because some guys really just don’t get it!).

For example: “Please don’t message us if athletic to you means a beer gut is still ok, over 40 in looks or age, hairy (ewww), pushy or over keen to jump straight into bed, or if you meet any one of the “we don’t want” criteria. If that’s you then you can just click on the back button to move on buddy and no, we don’t want to see a picture of your cock “just in case” so if that’s all you have to offer, you aren’t for us.” Some guys apparently can’t read so you’ll still get some that will try but give them a break, they really do have a huge amount of competition…

Handy Hint!

One way you can work out what you want to put in your profile is to look at other couples profiles and find ones you like, ones you don’t and then ask yourself why you like or don’t like them, this will assist you in determining what you want on yours. Plagiarism is allowed but I’d suggest changing words to suit who you both are.

So now you have your profile up, what next? Set the “advanced search” criteria with all of your ideal options; go through the profiles and send a wink or message to the ones you like. Happy hunting!

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