Best Sugar Daddy SDM Dating Profile Examples - What Works And What Doesn't(Part 2)?

In the first part of this blog post, we did a random sugar daddy profile search in SDM with some examples so we could see what worked and what didn't in the sugar daddy profile. Now that we're going to dig into their profiles, I'll give you the same advice on writing dating profiles, and if you need it, I'll give it to any of you. If you haven't read the first part, you can check out Part 1 here.

Here are some examples of sugar daddy profiles I picked at random from SDM, none of which are good. Now, before you post your profile on any sugar daddy meet site or any other dating site, take a look at what all of these people did wrong and what they can do to improve their online dating success and get more dates to meet the type of sugar baby they really want.

Incorrect profile # 1:
The title: I hope I am the one you are looking for.

Profile text:

Travel.

The movie.

Music.

Mountain climbing.

Golf.

Anything but meeting a special woman!

Did you notice his list? This is a lazy mistake many sugar daddies make. Everything he said was very simple and vague. What kind of movies does he like, horror, action, comedy or comedy? Give us at least one movie we like. Just add something to provide context. Is he going golfing with his friends? He likes to travel. Where does he want to travel?

My advice is:

You shouldn't be cocky in your profile, but acting like a complete test male will make you look more like a project than a potential date. And don't slack off. Be specific about your profile so you can get more dates.

Incorrect profile # 2:
The title: Hey, I have a positive attitude and work hard.

Profile text:

I have a positive attitude and like to travel, take risks, learn new things and make new friends.

Starting with his profile text, it seems that he didn't even realize he was writing a profile, just a short sentence. A "positive attitude" doesn't mean anything. In fact, it looks like he made a careless mistake to begin with, which will cause many sugar babies to move on to the next person before reading anything about him. There's not enough in his profile to make it even a good online dating profile. The good news is that he doesn't brag about what he should have done (like being honest and mature).The bad news is, there's nothing on his profile to contact. This tells everyone that he's not really looking for anything, and unless they find him attractive, they should pass him by.

My advice is:

You can actually use what he has and extend what he writes to create a good profile. Like he likes to travel, so where does he travel, where does he want to travel? What does risk mean to him? What has he learned recently? He has the seed of a good image and he just needs to give people more points. Meanwhile, he didn't say anything about the type of sugar babies he wanted to see. If you don't tell people what you want, you can't complain about being noticed by people you don't want to see.

Incorrect profile # 3:
The title: I am your sugar daddy, let's have fun together!

Profile text:

I live in XXXXXXX. Honest, mature, down to earth, polite, with a certain economic base. I am a newly divorced single father with no games/plays. I like sports, like movies, like music, like reading! Pet lovers, blue-collar men who love the simple things in life, and desperate romantics. Live for today, because tomorrow is impossible.

Taken as a whole, it's not the worst title I've ever seen. It sets the tone, at least. Unfortunately, I found some spelling mistakes in his file. Spelling is important here. Sugar babies ignore your profile because of sloppy mistakes like this, they make you look careless and lazy. Before you post anything on a dating site, take it to Scribes and quickly check spelling and grammar. Now, let's take a look at his profile.

First of all, I'd like to give this profile some credit, but we also found that he fell into the same trap as many other online daters. His profile is just a bunch of stuff without context. Such profiles are dull and hard to relate to. Interestingly, after using a title that makes him sound like an outlaw looking for an accomplice, he goes straight to talking about honesty and maturity. This change in tone can make you look fake. There are some terms he should not use. You should be honest, mature, polite, polite and have common sense. This will make you sound defensive. You never want to say anything about games or plays. No matter how you quote it, it just makes it sound like you've got too much drama to deal with. Everyone has some drama. Anyone who says they don't have children is lying, and anyone who says they don't want children is usually because they can't handle them.

My advice is:

Reduce the items on your list, but make them as detailed as he mentioned his favorite movies. He says he wants to be a pet lover, but he doesn't say anything about his current pet or his favorite childhood pet, so people feel he might be lying. He likes music (who doesn't), but is he listening to drake or Britney spears? If he can pick two or three things and expand on them, he will have a profile that makes him feel more like a likeable person. Then tell them what you want! The first did not mention what type of sugar baby he was looking for. You need to put something in there to let people know what kind of partner you want. If you don't, it makes you look like you either don't know what you want or aren't looking for it.

Incorrect profile # 4:
The title: here I am.

Profile text: just look who is here.

This sugar daddy profile is a waste of time. He's just a guy with an online dating account so he can find a date when he's bored. There's nothing to figure out, because there's really nothing here.

My advice is:

At least write a little more, write a little more detail. There is no more information about him, I can only say that he should introduce himself as much as possible, and specifically say something about his hobbies and so on.

Now let's move on to the rest of examples of the best sugar daddy SDM dating profile - what works and what doesn't?-- Part 3!