Broaden Your Horizon And Meet New Friends On UMEGO
Building an online profile can be daunting. It is not easy to not sound conceited or desperate when you are trying to big yourself up. There are a few things to bear in mind when you are creating an appealing and eye-catching online bio for your UMEGO account.
Choose The Right Profile Pictures
What makes a good profile photo for UMEGO – the one(s) that shows the real YOU. Social networking platforms are highly visual medium, decisions happen very quickly. When you meet someone online, pictures always come first. Picking photos that are up-to-date and show your charm is a step forward to success.
*Tip: Ditch the sunglasses. Your eyes are the windows to your soul, sometimes speak louder than words!
Short But Sweet
Think about what you’d like to see from others. Never write a 500-word novel for your bio. Keep it focused! You can start by telling what type of relationship you are looking for, your hobbies, and your favorite leisure activities. You can also include a quote that you live by, or a funny joke to show your humor. Just remember to keep it light and fun. Leave rooms for the other to spark interest with you.
*Tip: Check your grammar and spelling! Typo and grammatical mistakes often turn people off.
Now that your profile is ready you can start chatting with others that you’re interested in.
Initiating Chats With New Friends
Remember to be honest, positive, interesting and engaging when you open up chats with new friends. The easiest and most genuine way to initiate a chat is to show that you have taken time to read and looked through their profile. Afterall, it’s really straightforward – be welcoming and considerate. Make them laugh, be curious and show them your willingness to know more about them.
From Online To Offline
You’re not alone if you’re feeling uneasy to ask your match out for dinner or coffee. After talking online for a good long while, asking someone out in real life can still be a little intimidating. It would be a great idea to look up some UMEGO Experiences and invite them to go do it with you or to try something new together. You may also ask them to teach you something, or vice versa. Asking a new friend out is just a skill like any other. The more you practice, the easier it gets!