Writing personal ad for dating site
I firstly had a look on some people’s profiles to see if that would spark any inspiration.I found that the ones which attracted me most to reading them were not too long, they were funny, and they told me some details about who they were and what qualities they wanted in their date.
I had never written a ‘personal ad’ so to speak before, apart from in my CV, and I didn’t think that details about my work experience would be enough to attract the kind of man I was looking for!
I like to go to the theatre, hang out at the pub, sit in coffee shops, and listen to live music.
If this all sounds good to you, then I’d love to hear from you.’ I still didn’t know how good this was, and part of me was thinking that perhaps a lack of capitalised mentions of EXTREME SPORTS and WILD ADVENTURES wasn’t going to attract the attention of millions of men.
I quickly realised that the advice online was the same as what I thought, write an attention-grabbing headline that tells people who you are, make it interesting, and also write a bit about what you are looking for.
The problem still remained however – do I really know what exactly makes me interesting? I thought that the best thing to do was to enlist the help of my friends.
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But then again, I don’t want to meet millions of men who prefer sporting holidays to the beach, think bungee jumping is fun, or love to camp in wild mountainous terrains, because all of that just isn’t me.