Writing a bio for Tinder, answering questions on Coffee Meets Bagel or thinking of creative answers to prompts on Hinge for your dating profile can be challenging but it doesn’t have to be. While photos are the first thing people see and the biggest factor in determining whether or not to swipe left or right, bios should not be ignored. The best photos for a dating profile can be sabotaged with some unflattering answers in your bio and answers. Below is the profile bingo card so you can see how original your profile is vs others. (Be sure to check out my dating photo bingo card as well)

Profiles are meant to communicate insight, individuality and sincerity beyond what mandatory fields and photos can convey. While it’s true photos are the biggest deal-breakers and deal-makers for folks, you shouldn’t ignore your profile. Profiles can come off negative, vain, immature and even lazy. Be sure to proofread your profiles, seek unbiased feedback and see where you can improve your own profile. For guidance on how to write your online dating profile, check out my other post here.