Help writing a dating profile

Honesty – don’t pretend to be something you are not.

Tempting though it may be, exaggerating your personality type, successes, interests and career is never going to end well, especially if your first date leads to a relationship where, at some point down the line, you will be found out. You want somebody to fall for the real you, not a fake person who you dreamt up just to attract more interest on a dating website.

Basically bluring or masking features like eyes or distinctive tattoes is alowed but using a celebrity photo (like subbing in a shot of Clooney or a Kardashian) is a no-no, no matter how close you think the resemblance is.

You are selling you as a package: your physical appearance, your personality, your likes and dislikes, your hopes and dreams.For more information, read our Seeking Arrangement review.Photo taking tips: We’ll cover photo tips for sugar daddies and women in another article, but the basics are: know your angles, keep in mind what kind of person you’re trying to attract.Filling out your basic information on your Seeking Arrangement profile is required to have your profile approved, but most fields are optional.Remember to pick a Lifestyle though as this will help you match with people looking for the same; pick Negotiable if not sure. Biography – when it comes to your bio, stick to the principle that less is more and you will be fine.