Internet dating screen name

15 Apr

There’s nothing unique, memorable or distinguishing. One of my favorite usernames was The Goose Whisperer, written for a client named Bobbi in 2005. So if you’re wondering how to come up with a clever name that gets attention, and attracts a like-minded person with a great sense of humor, I have an exercise that can help you come up with usernames just like the ones I mention above.

Bobbi had a farm with geese in the yard and instead of using The Horse Whisperer, which was way too overdone, we changed one word to great effect. It’s in Volume 2 of my Finding the One Online audio series, and is the cherry on top of your new online dating experience.

Guide to Create a Username Women Find Irresistible.

Who It’s For: Are you a guy interested in getting better results from online dating?

Why do I think that usernames make a difference, when everyone knows that it’s all about the profile and photo?

For women, The Grade notes the names Brianna, Erika, Lexi, Brooke, Vanessa, April, Natalie, Jenna, Molly and Katie were identified as the sexiest.

The hottest names for men, on the other hand, were identified as Brett, Tyler, Corey, Andy, Noah, Shane, Jeffrey, Rob, Frank and Jeff. According to Cosmopolitan, The Grade looked at how the names matched up, noting that men named Mike had a tendency to match with women named Brooke, and women named April appear to be into men named Tom.

Like most guys, I didn’t put much thought into my username when I first started with online dating. It’s just something I quickly selected when I first signed up to the dating site. My results were terrible: No emails, No responses, No love.

Either online dating was bullsh** or I was missing something. Then, all of a sudden — Synergy, in general, may be defined as two or more things working together to produce a kick-ass result not independently obtainable.