Gather a group of friends to help you out, and go step-by-step."Your friends are going to keep you honest," she says."Some people have usernames you need a decoder ring to decipher," Casey says."All the numbers and letters jumbled together make it really hard to figure out what it means."Stay clear of anything too provocative." Casey says the answer should be fun and playful and prompt people to want to click into your profile to get to know you better.
"A lot of people get really intimidated by the profile process," says Whitney Casey, relationship insider for "But when you think about it, when you go out, you get only one chance to make a great first impression.With a profile, you get as many as you want." Casey suggests new users break down their profile in to four parts—the picture, the headline, the username and the paragraph."Putting up pictures that represent what you look like means you don't have to worry later, if he or she doesn't call you to go out again, that it's because of how you look," Allison says.
"Be honest about who you are."Avoid pictures of yourself with either too many props or too many other people.
An hour or so into the date, he looks me straight in the eyes and says: ' You have got to stop touching your hair because it's driving me crazy.