Matchmaking Dating Tips Making Great Tags

Published: 24th July 2009
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Headline writing is a tricky business in news writing. And it is as tricky in Professional Dating. But the rewards are the same. You get more readers. So how do you make a good headline?

Why? Well, interesting taglines or headlines help convince people to read the rest of your profile. Aside from posting a really good profile picture, a tagline can be your best friend in getting those coveted emails from other online daters. But here's the problem, taglines, most often that not, are difficult to write. Most web daters skip this process altogether instead of taking up time and effort in creating one. Good taglines are powerful attention-grabbers to finding the Man of your dreams.

So what do you need to do?

Think about what kind of match you want. In this way, you get to filter in the clicks that you will get. You want to target a specific group of males in web dating, and not the entire male population, right? So, you need to focus on the core of who you want to end up with, and cut the other superficial attributes, such as how sexy or tall you want the other person to be. Add something of yourself and then create a personal tagline. Here are three alternatives if this gets too complicated:

1. Take the first line of you essay, and use it from your tagline. But first, re-read the first line of your essay so that you can be assured that it won't put your readers to sleep with it being boring or being too long. Your goal should be that the tagline isn't wrong, dumb-sounding, but exciting.

2. Copy from another person's great and intriguing tagline. Don't be too worried, copying is not a big deal in online dating. In fact, if your tagline gets borrowed, be proud of it! That just means that it is clever and exciting enough that someone else wants to use it. Okay, but consider this, before you borrow someone else's tagline, make sure that it is really good and at the same time, fits you. You may also tweak that headline or tagline a little bit so that it will be more to your taste.

3. Do NOT use boring and overused taglines. A few examples include, "Hello," or "Looking for Mr. Examples of overused and boring taglines are "Waiting for Mr Right," and "You may be the one I'm looking for" which you must avoid at all cost. If you have these boring taglines, go to your profile and erase them immediately and focus on your creative juices to create a new one.


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