Online dating has made potential partners much more readily available than ever before -- and yet also, somehow, disposable.The other day I was sitting on a train with a friend as she flicked through profiles on Bumble, an online dating service in which women have to reach out to men first.And that translated into fewer contacts and fewer dates.For some of the profiles, giving the kind of concrete information that could be fact-checked helped, but not for all.The second dimension they looked at was "warranting" -- basically, backing up any written claims by including some kind of evidence, such as detailed personal information that could be verified online, or links to a third-party professional site that could verify their biography.The researchers asked a group of 316 nationally representative online daters to review one of the four sample online dating profiles, which had some combination of high or low selective self-presentation and high or low warranting.
She will ensure she has everything she needs to reflect who you are and to describe the man you are looking for.
Be prepared though, the questionnaire will take a couple of hours to complete and will take some thought on your part.
When you’ve completed your questionnaire you’ll have a chat for around 40 minutes, over the phone or Skype, with Jenny, your Profile Writer, to ensure she has everything she needs to reflect who you are, and to describe the man you are looking for.
Included in this package is the opportunity to work one-on-one with me in a 30-minute coaching session, over the phone or Skype.
We’ll set out a personalised plan around what dating sites are best for you, how to approach men online and how to reply to emails you receive.