It may have been written by Lisa Hoehn, New York-based founder and CEO of Profile Polish, and author of "You Probably Shouldn't Write That: Tips and Tricks for Creating an Online Dating Profile that Doesn't Suck."After conducting in-depth interviews with her clients and choosing and editing photos for their pages, she creates their profiles.
Each week, she does between four and 10 profiles, and work has been steady since she launched her business in August 2013."A profile is your way to get your foot in the door with a potential match," Hoehn said.
But he's not the only one doing it, and if you're looking for a match online, you've probably been reading through plenty of profiles that weren't written by the person in the profile.
If the profile looked too good to be true, it probably was.
Seeing a frown on your date’s face if he or she doesn't recognize you when you arrive isn’t a good experience for either of you.2.
It worked: His client met a match, though the relationship fizzled after a month.
At a time when people are outsourcing nearly everything, including putting together Ikea furniture, it's not surprising that they're outsourcing parts of their dating life."When my client told his girlfriend about his scheme, she seemed to appreciate him for what he was: a life hacker of sorts," Hirsch said.
They put the same effort into online dating to find a partner as they do in getting that promotion at work.
They know it can take a moment, a day, a week, or a year.
After responding to a Task Rabbit request, Dan Hirsch, a writer who's gay, became an OK Cupid ghostwriter for per week, plus a bonus for each woman who agreed to a date.