For the New Year, this writer has posed for various photos (and used some that should have been deleted shortly after they were taken) to show you what NOT to do when online dating.Here are 10 biggest mistakes people make when they upload photos to a dating site or app: The happy humanitarian What the picture says: “I give and I give and I give.” What you should realize: “You used that orphan to get a date, which isn’t compassionate at all.” There was only one Princess Diana.For everyone, the next photo should be you engaged in an interesting activity, something people can talk about. They’re different, spark people’s interest and catch the eye. Smiling headshots can be attractive but it’s not exactly a conversation-starter.Like in real life when you spot someone gorgeous across a crowded room.Using the right photo is the easiest way to attract the right people. So spend 80% of your time on getting the photographs right and 20% on writing your profile.People are particularly fussy about looks when online dating.
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