dating profile photographs
Adding a photo to your dating profile can drastically increase the amount of people who look at your profile and it will also make you more likely to appear on the first page of someone’s search. Here are some tips to get the most flattering photo, to show you at your best: › Continue reading
The BBC recently investigated “Twitter bots”, a phenomenon where fake Twitter accounts are set up using people’s real photos without their permission.
So we thought it was a good idea to look into how to look after your photos online and what to do if you find that your photo is being used online without your permission. › Continue reading
When you sign up for online dating on Muddy Matches you are encouraged to add a photograph to your profile. However, you may find that your photo is rejected when it is sent to us for approval. Here are some of the top reasons why a Main Photo will be rejected and how to avoid them: › Continue reading
If you’ve been on a dating site for a while, or have recently re-activated your account, it might be time for you to think about re-vamping your profile. In this blog post we’ll look into ways to update your photos and reasons why you might wish to do so.
We’ve already written about how important it is to add a photo to your online dating profile, but it is also important to keep those photos fresh! As a general rule, we recommend that you try to add a clear main photo and a selection of additional photos that tell people more about you.
When choosing your photos you might wish to consider: › Continue reading
Once you’ve written a fantastic profile and added a flattering main profile picture (see our Dating Profile Photos Dos and Don’ts) you can start adding additional photos to let people know more about yourself. It’s also useful if you really can’t decide which your best side is!
Here at Muddy Matches we’re always happy to help members choose the best shot for their profile picture. We also check all the photos sent in by members to make sure that you’re not unwittingly revealing too much about yourself, but remember many dating sites don’t offer this service!
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