Although your username alone might not get you to meet the man or the woman of your dreams, having a catchy username for your dating profile that says that you are not just another boring, average Joe, or a female version thereof, is a good idea.Here are a three, simple practical tips on how to choose an intriguing username and just as importantly – how to make sure your username doesn’t make your profile less attractive: 1.And would-be daters should take gender into consideration: men are more drawn to names that indicate physical attractiveness, such as 'Blondie' or 'Cutie' while women go for names that signal intelligence, such as 'Cultured.' But it may be even more important to start a screen name with a letter in the top half of the alphabet, say the researchers.That's because several measures of success, such as educational attainment and income are linked to names higher up the alphabet, added to which search engines sort names alphabetically."If you can get the potential date to stop and think about your headline message, increasing the exposure time to your primary photo, this will increase their liking [of you]," point out the researchers.
Thank god you made it clear in your username that you aren’t looking for a slut, because I was just about to message you and offer you my body.Word to the wise, and also to you: hold off on using derogatory terms to refer to women till at least the second date.Thanks S, for being the voice of reason and drawing that conversation to a close. L here and ready to bring you the scoop from the internet dating websites. I may be one year older as of a few days ago, but I’m as immature and judgmental as ever.Which is why I’d like to use our time today to judge fellow online daters on one thing: their usernames.