isten up, guys—if you’re wondering why you’re not getting as much interest online as you’d like, let’s take a closer look at your profile.While it may look fine to you and your buddies, what women find appealing—or off-putting—is a whole lot different. Check out our list of seven common mistakes men make, and, if you’re guilty of any of them, use our quick, gal-friendly fixes to get the online attention you deserve.Chances are, when you type in the ideal age, height, and build of your perfect match, you’re thinking of those as ballpark range.However, women often take them very literally, says Griffen.“Trying to show that sensitive side right off the bat to total strangers can come across as disingenuous.” Female-friendly fix: Here’s Griffen’s recommendation on what to say in your profile to let women know you are serious about finding The One: “Sometimes I like to goof off and have a good time, but I know when to be serious.” This immediately lets women know that you’re not out for just a good time and are mature enough to deal with important issues. And it does that without any efforts at sentimentality that make it look as if you’re trying too hard.
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), list every job you’ve had since high school, and detail every accomplishment?
Look, we know that for guys—who are taught to toot their own horns professionally but not delve into their emotional sides—it can be much easier to talk about their work goals than their romantic ones.
So a woman might not email you if she’s a year above the age range you checked or a few pounds heavier than the category you selected.
Also, a woman well within your desired range may think you have an age hang-up if you’re 40, yet you only want to date women 20 to 37; or if you’re clearly overweight but specify slender women only.