Today, you’ll learn five more secret online dating tips that have helped many over 40s, over 50s and over 60s women find real lasting partners on line.
One of the many things they forget to tell you when you try online dating is that you have to pick a 'name' for yourself - a handle for your profile.
Yes, not only do you have to fret about whether your pictures make you look pretty or the quality of your babbling blurb, you also have the added trauma of coming up with a profile name.
But we’re looking at that question from a more tech-savvy angle today—as in, how your screen name affects your online dating success or lack thereof.
And researchers from the United Kingdom’s Queen Mary University of London say it has a lot to do with whether you find love online.
Men are more likely to respond positively to screen names that include words such ascutie or blond—surprise!
Names that could have negative connotations, such as little, are no good, they also say.
Your profile name is up there with a chatroom handle.
The easiest way to get noticed, though, is to find your 'Grindr name', inspired by the charming men who call themselves "Butt_Cleaner" or "Nuts_Gobbler" (seriously - it's 'a thing').
By Judith Silverstein, Michael Lasky In addition to displaying a screen name, many online-dating sites allow you to display a phrase, called a tagline.