4 secrets to an online dating username that attracts your right click


When you’re online dating, there are two first impressions you make on a match – the impact you have at first click, when someone lands on your profile, and then the presence you exude in person at first blush.

When you think about that first online impression, what's the ONE thing that everyone will view before anything else? Your username. On most dating sites, your match sees this before anything else, and usually has to click directly on it in order to view your photos and written profile.

New research done by the Queen Mary University of London found that online daters pay a lot of attention to usernames -- and as someone who sits next to eDaters every day, I concur. I've seen both men and women balk at a username and pass someone awesome over entirely, just because of the first impression a username left on them. And I don’t want that to be you!

Ultimately what you're doing is branding your single self. What do you want your first digital impression to say about you?


In my Username Guide, you'll learn:

  • 4 approaches to writing a unique username ... even if you're stumped 
  • The surprising results of a new study that focused on online dating screennames and what you should learn from it
  • Simple things you probably didn't think about when writing your username (but that you should change)

Provide your name and email address below to receive access to (User)name Game: A Guide to Crafting Your First Online Dating Impression. Your next date is waiting! Will your username catch their eye? ;)


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Laurie Davis is the author of Love @ First Click: The Ultimate Guide to Online Dating and founder of eFlirt, a personal branding company that helps singles navigate online dating and create lasting relationships. Laurie was nominated Best Dating Coach in the 2013 and 2012 iDate Awards and her advice has been featured in over 500 international media outlets. This year, she married her tweetheart who she eFlirted with in 140 characters on Twitter.

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