Alongside better pictures – “they all need better photos” – Oloni thinks that Holly is being way too vague in her profile. “She needs to show us a bit more of her personality,” she says. “If she's well-rounded, if she's multifaceted, she needs to show that.”
Oloni notes Holly's apprehension about coming off arrogant or boastful and says that, while it's entirely normal to hype yourself on your profile, there are some easy ways to signpost features of your personality without blatantly bragging about your best traits.
“If she wants to show us that she's smart, she can probably share that she's a ‘booklover',” Oloni argues. “No different from someone who's sharing their love for the arts saying that they love going to the movies or that they sitio de citas en ee. uu. watched 300 films. I think she just needs to find ways to get it across without saying, ‘I am funny ha ha ha.' If you're funny, say something that you find hilarious. It can be one-liners, for example, that she feels comfortable expressing. Simply sharing a joke that's not OTT.”
” Dan's problem she argues, is that he simply lists basic biographical information about himself rather than revealing things about himself that show why he could be a good date – or even an interesting person to get to know.
“He needs to put a bit more effort into his dating profile and to switch things up,” she tells me. “Tell us something interesting about you. What's a fun fact about yourself? What are your interests? What are your hobbies? Put a bit more effort in and you can basically attract someone with the same hobbies or interests.”
Dating profiles are supposed to be fun and quirky, so he needs to show that he's an outgoing person
“He needs to put more effort in with photos as well,” Oloni says. “He needs to take better photos, find photos of himself where he's gone on holiday.