Best Sugar Daddy SDM Dating Profile Examples - What Works And What Doesn't(Part 3)!

In the Part 2 of this blog post, we explained some examples of sugar daddy configuration files that were randomly selected from SDM. Now, let's look at the example from the Part 3:

Incorrect profile # 5:
The title: only first-class experience.

Profile text: just looking for someone I can relate to mentally and intellectually. Someone can teach me new things and inspirations. I'm a workaholic, so I don't have much free time. But I definitely want to meet someone who can relax me, someone who doesn't have stress (there should be enough stress at work).

My advice is:

Things start to go wrong when he starts his introduction with the word "fair". It seems too casual to start with, if not a little frustrating. Then he went on to say that he was looking for someone he could relate to. The mere use of the word "vibe" is enough to turn off most women, but it may work to his advantage because it appeals only to those with whom he hangs out. Things really got worse when he said he was a workaholic with no free time. No one wants to date someone who doesn't have time for them. Then he added that he needed someone who was dramatic and stress-free because he was getting enough drama and stress-free at work. These are not personal data. He started with some good foundations, but he didn't build on them. In the end, he sounded like a poor man who needed to be rescued from a stressful life that no one could understand. It's not a date. It's a stress relief program.

Incorrect profile # 6:
The title: Hey, I'm bored.

Profile text: I am very relaxed, I am very bad.

Clearly, this must be the wrong personal profile, and it's one of the worst written online dating profiles we've seen today. It has only seven words. This isn't usually the first profile someone posts, it's probably a profile they posted long after they failed to date online because they were frustrated and a little bored with the whole thing.

My advice is:

If that happens to you, don't post passive-aggressive profiles. Instead, hide your profile and stay away from online dating for at least two weeks. What you need most is time and space to heal. Online dating can take a huge emotional toll if it doesn't go well. If you don't take time to take care of yourself, that's what you become.

Incorrect profile # 7:
The title: Always ready for adventure, right?

Profile text: I am pursuing my life passion. Always try to do your best. So when I find the kind of woman who dies without riding a horse. It would be a truly great adventure.

My advice is:

The sugar daddy profile gives the impression that he copied and pasted text from other favorite profiles and posted it online. His title isn't terrible, but it's very common and trite. If you're ready to take a risk, try being more specific. If you can get people interested in your adventure, you've successfully connected. While this profile looks exciting, it doesn't really say much. It lacks a lot of detail, it has no context, it doesn't make any sense. What is the best version he wants, and what drives him to be the best? What are his strong passions? What does he want from a woman, except that she gets ridden or killed? Give readers something to connect with, and you'll greatly improve your online dating success rate!

Incorrect profile # 8:
The title: Find that special someone.

Profile text: I like walking on the beach, taking a nice girl out to dinner, watching movies and enjoying life.

You can see the complex information passing between the profile and the title. In his headline, he says he's looking for someone special, but his profile sounds more like a generic personal AD from an old newspaper. Walking on the beach is one of the oldest clichés in dating profiles. You definitely don't want to say that. If you really like walking on the beach, try this: talk about your favorite beach, why you like to go there, and what makes it so special. You never have to say "take a long walk on the beach". The second problem is that he used the word "girl". No one on this or any other dating site is a girl, they are a woman. In fact, when they are called "girls", they usually get angry.

My advice is:

By adding details like we mentioned his love of the beach or like his favorite meals out and favorite movies, and how he spent his life to make it more meaningful.* note: movies are terrible first dates. You want to go somewhere where you can talk and get to know each other. But sitting in a dark room for two hours is a waste of time.

Incorrect profile # 9:
The title: Not all sugar daddies cheat.

Profile text:

First of all, I want to say that I am looking for a real person, someone to spend time with, make good memories with, and love life with. I'm honest, candid, sarcastic, and fun! There is no pressure or drama in my life, looking for someone to keep up with me. I'm not looking for a one-night stand, so don't ask. I don't play games, I don't chase people...If you're not interested in dating, just pass me by!

I want to hang out or date someone, not just a phone friend, so if you don't want to meet, don't meet!

I go to the gym twice a day and try to eat healthy...If you can make it this far...Drop me a line!

First, using a headline like "not everyone is a liar" is like saying to a woman, "will you ride in my car? I promise I'm not a murderer."It tells her that you may be who you say you are, even if you are not. Actually, this profile is a mess. His resume is cluttered with exclamation points and no Spaces between certain words. If your profile is hard to read, it's also hard for others to connect with you. I like the way he starts by saying what he wants. This is actually a good idea because it changes the format people are used to. However, he should be on to something. He should never call himself "very honest," because it makes him sound more like a liar. Even worse, when he says, "I don't have any stress in my life."He must be a little stressed, as we all know, except for the dead. When it comes to intentions, he says it's ok (but not necessary) that he's not looking for a one-night stand, but he shouldn't talk about playing games or chasing people, which just makes him sound miserable. That's where things start to get off track.

My advice is:

Like almost all of the men we've mentioned who have the wrong sugar daddy profile, he doesn't say what kind of woman he wants to meet, just that she should be able to keep up with him. If I'm his dating profile writer, I'll focus on why he likes to go to the gym, we then fill in his interests and other unique aspects, his personality and context, and then we actually define the type of woman he wants rather than begs anyone to continue sending messages.

Conclusion

Wow! I hope those articles will provide you with professional dating advice on how to write an effective online dating profile on the dating sugar baby website and how to avoid the mistakes that most people keep making in their dating profiles. If you want to make sure you don't have a date like these guys, take a look at our articles, or practice Sugardaddymeetonline , and I'll do everything I can to help you build a good sugar daddy online dating profile.