Filter Out Unwanted Daters with Your Online Profile Headline

By on Jan 08, 2015 in Dating Profile Articles Comments: 0. Tags:
Filter Using Profile Headlines

I’ve heard so many guys over the years complain…

“Arrgh Creator why am I being contacted by women who are not what I’m looking for?”

Well if you’re fed up with this kind of result then the answer is quite simple…

Be absolutely specific with your needs.

For example:

If you know you want a person of a certain age, ask for it. Though it is best to be positive rather than negative in your online dating profile, header included, you may be able to jokingly pull off the need-not-apply header. The point is, to get want you want, demand it; “Must be at least 5’9″ feet tall, with a college education, and makes over $150,000 a year, and owns a rabbit?”.

A well created filter will send out a message to ‘move on if you are unsuitable’.
Yet if a “5’11” female high-flyer ” reads the header, it attracts her because she meets your criteria. Here are some examples of real filters used on dating sites:

“I speak to animals. Dog whisperers apply now.”
“If you want me, be prepared to travel”
“Over 6′ is a must to get on this journey”

By following this simple technique this will free up some valuable time so that you can send messages to women that you actually want to reply to.

Creator’s Tip:
To sum it up, improve your matches by using your subject header to filter your inbox messages from daters that don’t fit your idea of attractiveness.
Don’t hold back by not saying what you really desire. So what if you only want to date people who exercise four times a week, that kids or love rock climbing.
Remember, the women that meet your criteria will be the one’s remaining left in your inbox, and those who don’t, well they can simply move on.

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