It has to encapsulate you in one easy, throwaway line.
It will appear alongside your picture and could mean all the difference between someone giving a saucy smile and clicking on you to find out more or eliciting merely an eye roll before they scroll on to the next sweetly monikered singleton.
Sure, having the perfect name on your profile never outright guarantees success.Try not to typecast yourself with a username that indicates a niche hobby or interest.It may help you meet like-minded people, but think of all the people who won’t pick you just because they don’t share that one interest. Researchers were surprised to discover that this usually backfires with both sexes: At worst, people think you’re lying; at best, they think you’re materialistic.If I gave you these four online dating usernames (all made up, of course), which profile do you think you’d click on?I’d venture to say, solely based on the username, that you’d choose the third or fourth one.It’s probably best to leave anything that might be misconstrued as a body part out of your username. Erika Ettin is the founder of A Little Nudge and author of acclaimed Love at First Site.