Make Sure That Your Profile Username Doesn’t Reduce You to a Certain Interest or Hobby I am not a fan of usernames that suggest that all there is to you is a certain hobby or a certain interest that you like to engage.
This is why I would suggest that you avoid such usernames as “NYCrunner” or “photographyjunkie” or “scubadiver75”, or “mathteacher101”.
These are all nouns you can list which you could also be easily identified with: • Japanese • English • Wonderland • Soccer • Singing • Dancing • Surfing • Sailing • Chinese food • Shopping 3.
The third step is to start pairing these words together to create some really fun, interesting and descriptive puns that really describe what’s really important to you and what you’re all about.
Creating your username is actually the second most important step to finding and attracting your ideal partner online.
The first step if you didn’t already know, is to have an attractive online dating profile photo to catch attention in the first place.
A carefully created username will quite literally give you an edge over the online competition when coupled with an attractive profile photo.
It may sound silly but sometimes you can’t help but associate certain traits with certain names.
So there you have 3 easy steps to create your online dating username.
It’s a really great idea to test various usernames to see which name really attracts the type of guy you’re looking to meet.
• Adventurous Asian – Someone who can keep me on my toes and we share similar culture.
• Trail Blazing Englishman – Another cultural hint with an exciting person. • Personable Paddler – So you’re creating curiosity with the word “paddler” and who doesn’t want to meet a personable type?