Put income on dating profile
Most men simply don’t know that a profile is the equivalent of a resume – if you don’t have a good one, you’re not getting called for an interview. Women have the same ignorance about the importance of a profile, except they don’t experience the same failure as men.
(Except for maybe a six-foot woman looking for a tall partner – and she’s too tall for you anyway.) It’s not like women carry a tape measure around with them.
I have been reading your information regarding how men have to be unique and different when contact women just because of the sheer numbers of contacts they have. I have looked at a few websites, and some women seem to not really try to attract as much attention as they could.
Blurry pictures, pictures of pets, the dreaded bathroom mirror picture (why do they do that), no information in the profile, the list goes on. Dear Jim, A young attractive woman using a webcam photo could write, “I hate you, I hate you, I hate you” as her profile essay and still receive 100 emails a week. However, your question allows me the opportunity to address something that I don’t know I’ve ever addressed before when it comes to online dating – how women sabotage their own experience by not trying harder.
When women ask me (and boy, do they ask me), why do all the WRONG men write to them, I always have a two part response: 1) By your standards, 95% of men are the wrong men.
So don’t be too surprised if you’re not enamored with 9 out of 10 emails you receive. 2) Your profile is likely not attracting the small percentage of “right men” out there – which is something that we can easily change.