Since many women in the community are looking for a romantic relationship, I decided to write a series of senior dating tips, based on my conversations with our members.This first article will cover the first thing that most people see when they find you on any relationship-focused website – your profile.Baby boomers today are redefining life after 60 and setting an example for future generations.We are pursuing our passions, exploring the world and looking for new relationships of all kinds.One of my personal missions is to convince women my age that they do not need to be invisible.
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.
Or, you could even come up with a name for your mystery man or woman and keep them in your mind when you write your profile.
During this phase, it’s also important to give your expectations a reality check.
Here are some do’s and don’ts for creating your perfect tagline. You’re trying to get someone to read more, so make them interested in you.
Otherwise, a prospective match might be sitting there wondering if he or she fits your criteria.