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• Resources 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.

On the other side of the coin, be sure to stay away from usernames that connect to negative feelings or can in anyway be interpreted in a bad way . The last example Da Gift2Womens takes us to my final tip to evoke positive associations.

Here are a few actual usernames I found online that project the wrong image. Always use properly spelled words in your username. You could come off like an uneducated dumbass or she may think the guy behind the profile has the maturity level of a 14 year old.

Play around with the capitalization of your username to see what LOOKS the best.

Tip: Some dating sites like Ok Cupid allow the use of dashes — in the username.

When he changed his username from Mike4758 to Mike In Shining Armor, All hell broke loose!!! When creating a username remember that it needs to appeal to women. So how can you connect to more of these good feelings?

Be my guest to email the guy and tell him his username sucks. When I first saw this username I thought it said something about murder! The word This name still comes off a bit pompous but you see how properly using capitalization and spelling can make a name clear.

Using a rhyme is a great way to create a username that’s memorable. I still remember that damn freezer bag slogan — Don’t get mad, get GLAD.

And look at this – John116342, that’s so plain and what’s with all the numbers?

I don’t have time to look at every profile so I choose the one’s that stand out. I helped him get that synergy into his online dating I was talking about earlier.

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