But the reality is your primary photo should focus on you, not you and your pet.
Of course, it’s wonderful to show your pet in one of your photos, but try to keep it at a minimum as to not scare off potential mates with thoughts of animals sleeping in the bed with you or there not being any room in your life for a human friend. You may be a social butterfly and the life of your group of friends, but posting a picture of you and all your friends upfront is confusing.
Red is the color of love and passion, so it’s a no-brainer!
Drop the “cheese” and say “martini.” I once received a tip from a well-known actress who always said “Martini” to achieve the perfect smile for the camera.
The first thing we see about anyone is their face, so profiles without even one photo just doesn’t cut it.
Another tip is to head over to your Facebook profile and grab your best, smiling/happy pictures to add to your dating profile.You should treat your dating profile no differently.We switch our wardrobes for the season (pack away the wool and break out the white pants and dresses), so let’s do the same in a digital sense for your dating profile. Men and women are visual creatures by nature, it’s just a fact of life!As someone who’s been creating dating profiles for two decades, I can tell you that neglecting to refresh your profile and keeping it stagnant usually doesn’t result in a full schedule of dates.Think about your dating profile like this: you’re logging on to it just as you would any other social media profile (i.e. On those platforms, you’re uploading new fun photos and statuses almost every day in an effort to show what your life looks like right now — not from five months or five years ago.