Those studies found that some people tend to exaggerate or lie about themselves and their accomplishments.
Researchers expected that profiles that were presented with high selective self-presentation--those who sounded perfect--and high warranting-- those who provided specifics that could be traced to a real person--would be the most popular.
You see people checking out your profile and disappearing into the digital ether and the people you The problem however, is that often you’re focusing on the wrong areas.
There’s no profit in expending valuable time and brain-cycles on the people who aren’t responding to you. Treating online dating like an exercise in commerce and marketing can seem antithetical to the process of trying to find a date, a sex partner, or a long-term relationship.
Most of us are familiar with Linked In as the number one social site for career networking.
Linked In can help you get a job, show off your credentials, and, unexpectedly, may even help you find love.
Instead it will help you understand users in a way you'd be hard-pressed to do on normal dating sites.
Linked In will reveal other users who recently viewed your profile.
To get the full info on your viewers, you'll need to dish out bucks for the premium service. You can deduce a lot from the little info Linked In gathers.
As of November 2014, 332 million people had Linked In profiles.
High says previous research on online dating has focused on how people present themselves in their profiles.