By keeping your pics on the PG-17 or R-rated scale you're showing your suitor that you're about more than just about sex.
Graphic shots may get more quantity, but it's the quality of man you're looking for.
Marketing yourself online isn't just about you, but who you want to attract.
Majority of men on the net browse around aimlessly, not knowing what they are looking for; waiting for an ambiguous Mr. Of course, we're all seeking a good man, but what kind of man?
"Travel buff looking for someone to help pack my bags" or "What's my ideal date? Now that your catchy screen name and headline attracted a guy, clinch the deal with your ad text.
Online, I've found that the more abstract the screen name, the more guys will message me and ask questions, which ultimately leads to conversation- the best way to asses a match.
Have you ever wondered how some of these online guys come up with their screen names?
I'm always baffled by the funny spellings and the creative phrases they use, especially while I'm starring at my monitor trying to come up with a eight letter word that will live with me the entire time I'm on the site.
How intriguing is it for a writer to find out that someone loves fiction or for a sci-fi movie lover to discover that someone has the entire Star Wars collection?
These details may seem out of place for sites known for quick hook ups, but relationship-oriented guys browse these sites too and your purpose is to find a date or long-term relationship which is about compatibility on levels beyond the physical.