I based my six “fake” profiles in different locations so I wouldn’t get too much of a crossover on the search criteria, but I used the same personal profile each time, only changing the type of person I was looking for according to my picture.
After two weeks, I then signed back into my six usernames to see how many men had viewed each one and, more importantly, messaged me.
The first things people usually notice about me : A smile. I spend a lot of time thinking about : How to squeeze a week’s worth of life into a day.
To give me even more feedback, I then asked professional dating coaches Jo Hemmings and Peter Spalton to look at my profiles and explain which ones would be the most successful and why.
My self-summary: I’m a 44-year-old working mum to one little schoolgirl.
This is the busiest time of year for the internet dating industry, as singletons try to find a date in time for Valentine’s Day.
A recent study revealed that the right photo will help you land you the right man so single mum and Your Life columnist Siobhan Mc Nally, 44, decided to test out the look of love..