Marketing yourself online isn't just about you, but who you want to attract.Majority of men on the net browse around aimlessly, not knowing what they are looking for; waiting for an ambiguous Mr. Of course, we're all seeking a good man, but what kind of man?Use this space (usually 30-80 characters long) to describe your interests or the interests you desire in a man.Elaborate on where your screen name originates or try giving a catchy intro to who you are as a person. The first example is likely to attract a guy that's into travel like you are while the second shows your prospect that you are open to dating. You have a short amount of space to show your personality and call your dream guy to action.Have you ever wondered how some of these online guys come up with their screen names?I'm always baffled by the funny spellings and the creative phrases they use, especially while I'm staring at my monitor trying to come up with an eight letter word that will live with me the entire time I'm on the site.
Graphic shots may get more quantity, but it's the quality of man you're looking for.Keep in mind, screen names can also be a deterrent. A name like "lookn4luv" is more likely to attract the romantic types than "easystevie".Even the goriest of movies never show the most graphic scene on the DVD cover.Imagine if your favorite cereal came in a white box with no graphics or explanation of what was inside.No matter how good or bad it tasted, you probably wouldn't buy it. No matter what the reputation of the site, profiles serve as a first impression and allow other men to build a story about who you are as a person (am I'm not just talking about the physical).You can be very specific ("My guy is 28 years old") or you can use ranges ("My guy is between 28 and 34 years old").