Five Details Women Want to See in Your Online Dating Profile

Online dating has risen in popularity over the recent years and as a result, it has made it easier for both men and women to interact and meet each other. The reason behind its popularity is due to the fact that it has made dating so much easier, especially for busy individuals and those who prefer to get to know a person first before going on an actual date. Its prominence can be seen with the numerous dating apps and websites that are available for use across multiple platforms.

One of the most important aspects of attracting a potential date through these platforms is to create a good online profile. Sad to report, thousands of men fail to see the importance of creating a good profile that is actually worth reading and because of this, it diminishes the chances of them meeting a woman significantly. If you feel that your profile has not been getting a lot of love lately, it could be time to revamp your account. To help with this, discussed below are the five details women want to see in your profile.


Choose a good quality profile photo

Unfortunately, the vast majority of men who have accounts on dating websites or apps usually have photos that are of bad quality. What quantifies a bad photo? These are usually pictures that are either over or underexposed, blurry, are dimly lit, and those that have untidy and cluttered backgrounds. Keep in mind that when women come across your profile, the first thing they will usually look at is your photo.

With this in mind, make sure you look presentable and friendly in the shot. Ensure your face is clearly visible, without wearing sunglasses or hats that can obstruct their view. Also, refrain from using a group photo and making them scratch their heads in trying to figure out which one you are in the shot.


Steer clear of empty statements

You know that empty space that dating websites and apps usually give wherein you can write a short description, or basically anything relevant to you? It’s time to make clever use of that space. One of the key annoyances that women have when browsing through profiles is reading generic text on the description box, such as “Insert clever description here” or other similar statements. It not only shows you lack originality but also makes you appear insincere.

Instead, write something that reflects your personality or hobbies. For instance, you can quote your favorite book or poem if you’re a bookworm, type in a clever joke if you’re an aspiring comedian, or take the honest route and simply state what you’re looking for on the website. Coming up with something creative and sincere will help set your profile apart from the rest and will create a good impression on the ladies as well.


Be straightforward in what you want in a partner

We all have our own set of requirements in what we are looking for in a partner and it’s nothing to be ashamed of. As a matter of fact, being blunt about it is often the best way to go, as it helps set proper expectations and it ensures that you get what you are seeking, in the person you will hopefully spend the rest of your life with. Women usually have the same mindset in seeking a partner and it not only lets her know that you meet her qualifications, but that she meets yours as well.

Nonetheless, make sure you specify when stating these details and avoid words that are too broad, such as smart or kind. For instance, using online dating platforms means you’re going to meet women from different parts of the world, possibly from Asia or Europe. Considering this possibility, state in your profile whether you are willing to commit to a long distance relationship or not.


List any sociable hobbies you enjoy

When a woman is going to scrutinize your profile, she will look through your photographs and read your hobbies, to see what you enjoy doing and get a better feel of what you’re like in person. She is going to imagine what it would be like to spend time with you in real life, and looking at these details helps complete the picture in her mind.

Although listing hobbies such as reading books or playing console games are not bad and might even be something you have in common with her, it gives the impression that she’ll hardly get to see you. Instead, state hobbies that are or can be sociable. For example, you might enjoy playing the guitar and singing during the weekend open mic sessions at your favorite pub, or enjoy playing basketball after a stressful day at work.


Focus on your positive attributes

When you view a woman’s profile and notice her state more negative traits than positive ones, would you feel encouraged to make contact? As much as possible, you want to be with a lady that is positive and life-affirming, not someone that looks down at herself in a constantly negative light. On the other hand, the same logic can be applied to you as well.

When listing your traits, be sure to focus more on the positive qualities that you have. It could be something as simple as being neat, dependable, and having a good sense of humor. These are qualities that women generally look for in men. Moreover, avoid being self-depreciative, as it gives the impression of being insecure, but don’t overdo it to the point of appearing cocky either.


These are just five basic details that women would love to see on your online dating profile. While it is always best to write or post certain things about yourself that would impress the ladies, it’s more important, to be honest, and sincere. In doing so, you attract the same qualities in the women that respond to your profile too.


One thought on “Five Details Women Want to See in Your Online Dating Profile

  1. Most men don’t even bother to make a proper profile. Oh and don’t have pictures of you flirting with a bunch of girls either.


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