Synopses & Reviews
eHarmony has close to 400 questions to fill out before completing an online profile. They range from the obviousand#151;age, height, weightand#151;to the thoughtful, and#147;five things you canand#8217;t live without,and#8221; and#147;three best life skills,and#8221; and#147;typical leisure time activity.and#8221; This can create a minefield for any potential online dater, and with very little guidance out there, writing a profile can become a daunting ordeal.
Enter Lisa Hoehn, dating sherpa, and her book, Profile Polish, a complete guide to creating and revamping your perfect profile. From picking the right username to choosing the right photos (good photos are more important than being good looking!) to helpful hacks for being sarcastic and funny, Lisa helps the reader get down and dirty. With exercises and activities when the reader is completely stumped and before and after examples, Lisa will help both the dating veteran and novice write the best profile they deserve.
GET PAST THE PROFILE AND START DATING WITH THIS COMPLETE GUIDE TO FINDING ROMANCE ONLINE
Dating virtuoso and profile expert Lisa Hoehn has helped thousands of people meet, date, and fall in love (or into bed). In You Probably Shouldn't Write That, she offers a complete, no-nonsense approach to becoming the most attractive person on any dating site or app, including: Figuring out WTF to write, Choosing your most flattering photos, Attracting the right people, Sending that perfect message.
Whether you're sharpening your profile, starting fresh, or looking to try a new site, Lisa will help you stop wasting time, energy, and moneyand start getting the dates you deserve.
About the Author
Lisa Hoehn is a freelance writer and the founder of Profile Polish, an online dating profile makeover service. As a writer, she has written about everything from beauty to Lance Armstrong to sex for various magazines and online sites like, Huffington Post Women, Shape, Prevention Magazine. As the founder of Profile Polish she has been featured in The Guardian, New York Magazine, Business Insider, Huffington Post, The Daily Dot, XoJane, and NBC News. She lives in New York City.