You can lie on the Internet, but the truth will come out when you meet in real life. Kate, 26, a computer engineer in Ann Arbor, MI, says, Adjectives aren’t always helpful. Doug, 29, in Seattle says, So get that thesaurus out and get to work! Your tagline with your picture is the very first thing that someone will see, and however wrongly stereotypes are created. You might even turn off some people who share your political viewpoints, but don’t like your prospective candidate or may assume something else about you based on what you say. If you absolutely want your date to be a Green Party member or a Muslim, then go ahead.
Kate says that she is a Christian in her tagline, I didn’t really care if less people answered because I knew it was a much smaller group I was applying to. Single Christian men are usually swept up pretty quickly.
The second tagline shows that the user is a food and cooking enthusiast, and hopes that the other person would at least be a wine enthusiast. If your tagline doesn’t fit in with your profile, it will come back to bite you sooner or later. And after scrolling through a few pages worth of profiles, seeing the same sort of “nice girl looking for a funny guy” means less and less. Actually, in lieu of a tagline, some sites invite you to give three words to describe yourself. In that case, just remember to update your tagline frequently. By using a Bible quote, for example, you might scare someone away, even if they share your beliefs.
There's stuff about my job, hobbies, and even personality already on my profile, we have even met in person once while working, different companies with relations.
Anyhow I replied "we should hang out sometime" to which she replies "so...
your description of yourself for a job interview should differ from your typical introduction on a first date, because you’re marketing your professional self., when someone says “so, tell me about yourself,” your mind goes blank.
you need to post two to four casual photos of just yourself.