If you help people come to their own conclusion, it hits harder and is more memorable." Those specific details will appear much more genuine than a long list of personal qualities, which often end up sounding like a resume no matter how admirable they are.
"A lot of people spend time on their profile describing the person they're looking for, saying they'll treat her like a princess or spoil her rotten," Hoehn said.
"Someone browsing your profile is trying to picture you in their life, so they need to know about you." While things like your hometown and alma mater are certainly important, you may want to save all of the gritty details for the first date.
Don't use big words, which are likely to make you look like a smarty-pants.
Use sport or hobby references only if they are part of what you are looking for in a mate.
Online dating is different for everyone, but this is one rule Hoehn really encourages her clients to follow.
Online dating is very popular, but your success at online dating hinges on your ability to create a good profile.
"If you change your main photo regularly, people who skipped over you before may reconsider," Hoehn said.
Most people don't have that many photos of themselves that they like, so try asking your friends to snap some pictures while you're out."If you say something like 'I'm really funny,' the person reading your profile really has no reason to believe you unless you a crack a few jokes somewhere," Hoehn said to Business Insider."Instead of saying you're spontaneous, talk about the time you hopped on a plane to Thailand.If you're really into art or museums, put up a photo of you with your favorite painting."It's good to show your life through your photos," Hoehn said.Don't count out the tried-and-true method of the descriptive headline.