Introduction to dating profile
left for you by an expressive, enthusiastic, emotionally available paramour?
Feeling squeamish about stating precisely what you want, need and believe?
What if you are looking to date someone and a short and sweet profile is all you really have time for?
Enter The League, a selective dating app with a solution for perpetually over-scheduled young professionals ... Founder and CEO Of The League, Amanda Bradford, says the app, which pulls in your Facebook and Linked In accounts, is designed for people who are ready to take things a little more seriously and spend their time wisely.
The About Me is where you can show off your creative spirit, Bradford says.
It's your chance to be funny and quirky, whether it's through emojis, riddles, or poems.
Friends who are already on the app can also recommend you to the concierge.
If you don't have friends on the app already, make sure your profile is fully filled out and write in to ask about your status.
Tell the other person about you, what makes you different, and make it "less about a sterile checklist that scares people off."Scanning through my profile pictures, Bradford says, "it's just your face six times." This was true.
Bradford used a picture of herself playing the guitar and it sparked a ton of first messages. I had zero full body shots on my profile, but it's not the first time we've heard they're effectiveness in online dating .
"I hate to say it," Bradford says, "but it does improve your acceptance rate by 20-30 percent." She says it's important to have at least one full length pic — even if it's one with a bunch of friends.
Bradford says you can do this by choosing pictures where you're smiling (with teeth) as opposed to using selfies or more serious photos.
She does A/B testing on the app with two different personas: Mandy and Amanda. In honor of clarity, conviction (and love, love, crazy love) here are a few tips to help you write your next dating profile: Be bold.