If you are in the process of creating your first online dating profile, you need to be very careful with the information and details that you include. Even if they may sound all right to you, some things are better left unwritten; otherwise, your profile won’t catch the attention of your potential date or match. Here are four things you should never include in your online biker dating profile.
1. Do not write sensitive personal information.
It is all right to divulge your age and your birthday, but adding sensitive information such as your home address, your workplace, and your contact number is too much. This will give people viewing your profile more information than necessary, and there is a possibility that the said information will be used to scam you. And even when you post a photo to your profile, choose the ones that do not show any clue as to where you live or work. Remember, the people viewing your profile are people you don’t know. So you have to be extra careful.
2. Do not include trivial information.
Do not write about trivial information, especially those that do not concern your possible match. An example is telling a story about how you lost your favorite doll or bike. Aside from making your profile content long, it will bore the reader because you’re talking about something he or she cannot relate with.
3. Do not write content or descriptions that are not true.
In other words, do not lie. Do not lie about your height or your age, and about any of your physical features. Stay true to yourself and to the person visiting your profile. Lying will bring you greater problems because your lies will eventually be discovered and you’ll lose your chances of getting a date.
4. Do not talk about online dating negatively.
In the first place, why would you talk negatively about something you are doing? If you do that, you are negating yourself. This will discourage possible matches from continuing to view your profile. You’ll be branded a liar, a fake, and a judgmental person.