In space, no one can hear you scream, and on POF, no one can feel your sexiness. Ok Cupid's famous profile photo blog post, in which the dating site examined a large cache of user picture and messaging information, revealed the following about men's profile pictures: Clearly, non-smiling, eye-contact-away pictures are the best pictures you can use. and not so much like these: My all-time best performing profile picture catches me just as I'm pulling on a suit jacket, looking down and away a bit, not too dissimilar to the guy in the image on the top right.
Why do women prefer their men looking off and to the side? And just in case you're curious, for men, the trend is reversed - women making eye contact and flirty faces get significantly higher response from us fellas than women averting their gazes do.
So sit back, relax, and let's get you doing what most of the rest of the online dating crowd Most people when you tell them this think or say, "Yeah, sure, I know my picture's important," and then they put up some mediocre-quality profile picture and get all upset that they aren't getting any dates off the site.
No - your picture is a lot more on Plenty of Fish than they do in real life, where there are plenty of other things involved in assessing attractiveness.
He was cute in his main picture," then don't include them. What if you don't have the money for a professional shoot?