The only difference is in real life you have time to immediately correct a faux pas.
So you need your profile to show you off in a way that will catch a man's eye and interest right away. You might laugh more at his jokes, you pay closer attention to what he says, and you show your best side. Excitement is what you want a man feeling when he's done reading what you've written.
He won't see the scene exactly like you do, but he is capable of visualizing the story you've created with him in it. If he can picture himself in your story, more than likely he will write to you. He doesn't need to know everything about you in this first introduction. Online, you have fewer than 10 seconds to get his attention before he moves on. Try making your profile title catchy, using activities you're involved with to create your online name. Little things like typos can be enough to make men quickly move on to someone else's profile. I wrote things about making love on a beach with my soul mate. Men have told me they see it in every woman's profile. Particularly, don't brag about your out of this world looks. Try not to make demands in your profile about salaries and how you'd like to be entertained at the most expensive restaurants in your area.
Your goal is to look unique; not the same as everyone else. Men see what you look like but if you tell them in a bragging way, they'll think you're stuck up and move on. Even guys with money don't want a woman telling them where to go and what to do.
When determining what you want to put in your profile, you need to first know what your best qualities are.
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In fact, you do yourself a disservice pretending to be who you think a man wants.
It actually sets you up for the wrong type of man to come into your life.