Hoehn's main critique of Caroline's photo choices was that she posed pretty much the same in all three of the pictures, and though she looked attractive, they were a little too dark to show off her best features.
"The first main photo is a window into your profile," Hoehn said.
"Yes, he does have a glass of dark liquor, but he's having fun and it's obvious he's enjoying a quality dinner," Hoehn said.
Having a photo on your profile can dramatically increase the number of people who view your page.
"Overall, the photos aren't terrible, but they all sort of look the same," Hoehn said.
She had a few issues with the second two photos Dan chose, though. I think the costume you choose says something about your personality," Hoehn said.
With a profile picture, quality is everything, and it’s important that viewers of your page can see what you really look like.
It’s all very well posing for hours on end for the perfect picture, or editing your favourite photo on your computer, but that’s not who you really are. People on dating sites want to see the real you and both parties are much more likely to be pleased with what they see when you meet face to face if you’ve both posted images that show you as you are.
Your profile pic should portray you as someone who’d make a good partner, so make sure you look comfortable. A good guideline would be a picture of you wearing the sort of thing you would choose to wear on a first date.
With thousands of profiles scattered across a variety of different networks, making a memorable first impression is critical.
It turns out that having a good profile photo could be what makes the difference between receiving messages and getting passed over for another profile. She's the founder of Profile Polish, a one-woman business that helps daters to make over their profiles and potentially attract more matches.