Ask questions to get a date
Have you ever read one of those online dating profiles that just goes on and on and on? It’s like a monologue you’d think was meant for performing a one-man show. And it’s not like this person is trying to engage the reader at all. Profile fail.
The good idea may be adding questions or two to your profile on online dating site. This way, you're engaging people who visited your profile to make a contact.
In general, no one knows what to say in that first online dating email. Especially if you are newbie. That's why you want to make it as easy as possible for someone to write to you. Asking questions in your online dating profile gives them a reason to write, even if that simply means answering your question.
Let’s look at two examples:
When I’m not swimming, you can find me trying a new restaurant in the city. Any good recommendations?
You may be surprised how many recommendation and dates you can get.
I think brunch is one of the best inventions ever made. Don’t you agree?
Sticking with the food theme, this question, while seemingly rhetorical, could actually yield some pretty funny responses.
Remember the point of the online dating profile—to catch someone’s attention and ultimately meet in person. What better way is there to do that than to ask a question?