What can I change on my Coffee Meets Bagel profile to get more matches?

What can I change on my Coffee Meets Bagel profile to get more matches?

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  1. What are you looking for in the people that you want to date? Do you want someone that is kind, considerate, and caring? Or do you want a more free-spirited girl?
    I hate it when guys put: “Feel free to ask” for their employer. I would rather see “Self,” than “Feel free to ask”
    For your I am part, I would just revise it a little to say: serious about my career but a kid at heart, a person that loves their family and friends whole-heartedly, and you can leave a night blogger there.
    Also, what does finding a coffee shop with an interesting project mean? If you like coffee, I would just put: hanging out in a nice cafe, going hiking (especially if there’s a waterfall at the end), and the last line is good.
    For what you are looking in your date, I would edit: “has a funny story to share” to “has funny stories to share”
    but those are just my opinions. Good luck! 🙂

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  2. Hi there, I’ve never used coffee meets bagel but heard about it and I believe it’s like badoo whereby you say yes or no based mainly on pictures. It’s sad that it’s such a superficial world and looks have that much importance to people. Honestly I like your profile. You seem sweet. Your pictures show personality and ooze success and confidence. Appealing characteristics. I would suggest you liking more people before you can say that not enough people are liking you. At the end of the day, you want the RIGHT person to like you. It could just be the site/app you’re using. You also don’t reveal what you’re looking for. Try badoo, lavalife, match or eharmony instead. Don’t lose hope. You honestly do seem like a nice guy.

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  3. Hello!
    Without actually talking to you one-one-one it is going to be a little tough to let you know what exactly is wrong. Everyday I work with my clients one-on-one to help them present themselves authentically online. It isn’t a magic formula, it’s the combination of writing authentically in a way that really expresses who you are and what you are looking for, combined with pictures that put your best self forward.
    Right off the bat, I can be honest your profile reads generic, there is nothing that jumps out at you that makes it unique. You haven’t taken the time to really understand what your value online is, so it can be tough to connect with others because they aren’t able to get to know the real you. Work to understand how to present yourself authentically online, and you’ll start to get quality matches.
    Good luck!

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  4. Let me first say, your profile is pretty well put together, especially when compared to others. I respect the fact that you have a shirt on, you’ve posted pictures that show your various sides, and you look to be genuinely enjoying life.
    The only things I’d nick-pick on is your written bio. I don’t want to call it vanilla, because it’s not that bad, but rather it’s Vanilla Bean. And what I mean by that is that vanilla generally refers to something that’s very simple and has zero frills. Your bio hints at it, but still comes off as vanilla. So it’s more like a Vanilla Bean or Vanilla with whip cream on top.
    Get rid of the polite and respectful – every swears they’re polite and respectful. My personal trick to say I’m polite and respectful without saying it was to say “raised in the south”. Where I come from, being raised in the south implies that you’re respectful, a bit religious, a gentlemen, and well-hearted among other things. I’ve also used the line “Now with 20% more Southern Charm”.
    Your likes was interesting. I’d like to say I got the joke of you enjoying walks on the beach, but at the same time I think you’re being serious. So I was left with a bit of a confused feeling after reading that and then “puns” shortly after. Give some real interests. “I like going to art walks, exploring hole in the wall bars, finding funny faced Lego men, …”
    When you think of something, especially a quick 1 or 2 word phrase, take a second to find a less commonly used phrase to express the same thought. Using less common phrases puts emphasis on your accounts and will help make you memorable. I’m old fashion, so I like using old fashion phrases to get that point across. Do what works for you.
    **Yes I am a guy, but I’m secure enough in my sexuality to critique another male.

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