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" Online dating sites have made it easy for you when completing your profile by providing drop down menus for basic questions such as your appearance, lifestyle, hobbies but you will also be given additional space to write something yourself.Use this space wisely to provide a more detailed description about your personality, your interests and what you are looking for.
Ask your friend what your star qualities are and he or she will come up with a million and one positive things about you which you would have never thought of or dared to say about yourself.
Tell people the kind of relationship you are hoping to find but don't say you are looking for marriage if you are really looking for a casual fling and vice versa. By this I mean, don't tell your whole life story in your profile.
I encourage you to provide as much information as possible about yourself but use short bursts of information, sectioned by paragraphs, rather than writing a long essay so whoever is reading it is intrigued to find out more about you.
A reputable dating site will remove any personal information before it appears live on site; this is to ensure that they provide you with a safe online dating environment.
Once you've completed your profile, read through it or ask a trusted friend to read through it and ask, would you reply to this person? If no, look at the areas where it can be improved until you've created that winning profile.