According to the , Chaudhry first became interested in starting the project when he noticed that his own online dating profile wasn’t getting any responses from the women he reached out to.
You do not have to make yourself out to be the domliest dom who ever dommed to get anyone to show an interest in you."My friend came over, and I was looking at her profile thinking, 'Well if my love life sucks, I may as well get yours in order,'" Hoehn said to Business Insider."I woke up the next morning and had this kind of epiphany moment.Turns out, the secret to winning at the online game might be all in your profile—and we’ve got tips to make it sing.article highlighted findings by two very smart people—Sameer Chaudhry, an internist at the University of North Texas, and Khalid Khan, a professor of women’s health and clinical epidemiology at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry—who delved into the topic of online dating to answer the question of why some people gets more hits on their profiles than others.If you've ever wondered why your online-dating inbox seems a little empty, it might just be in need of a mini makeover.Many of the most "obvious" additions to your profile might not be selling your fabulosity quite like they could be.While it might seem like friend photos show off your social side, they might be detracting attention from the focal point of your profile: you!"Post a photo of yourself smiling instead of you and all your pretty girlfriends," says dating coach and netiquette expert Julie Spira.Hoehn had had plenty of experience with online dating and had helped friends redo their profiles in the past.It wasn't until after a bad breakup, however, that she realized redoing profiles was something she could be doing professionally.