No profile needed
___I have met many at these ladies for coffee in a group.
Of the ones I have Email'ed and had a conversation with on line, my mental image was very similar to the physical person.___I find that very interesting. On these sites you usually end up exchanging your personal e-mails anyway and they can e-mail pictures at that time.
Edit: Thinking about it further, that horn thing could be kinda handy .
A Personal Profile (or ‘Career Profile’) is an introductory paragraph at the beginning of your CV containing a short summary of your background and career plans.
““Admissions professional with experience across three Post 1992 Universities and with expertise in international student recruitment and widening participation seeks management role in central Student Recruitment and Admissions team.”“Led faculty input into latest Research Assessment Exercise.
Strong relationship with external funding bodies including the ESRC. Secured £10m of funding from commercial organisations in last 5 years. Willing to relocate to any part of the UK.” You can put more detail about your achievements in the Career History and Education sections of the CV.
Some employers even use keyword searches to identify candidates from CV databases.
So it will be excellent preparation for the Lisa Carr is a careers consultant and coach who works with a range of public and private organisations including the University of Warwick and Warwick Business School, where she coaches Executive MBAs.The Profile is the written equivalent of an ‘elevator pitch’ designed to capture the employer’s interest quickly so that they will read your CV in full and, hopefully, invite you to interview.The Profile briefly summarises your in terms of qualifications, experience and expertise relevant to your target job.Always remember that the pictures on this site may not be the REAL photo of that person. Read the profiles, contact the ones that spark your interest, exchange photos/descriptions, meet, and whatever will (or will not) be, will be. Trial & Error or however many more metaphors I can think up. when I met her in person, she blew me away, her picture did her no justice...
A guy sent me a picture of an Italian actor and I questioned him about it but he never replied. He also had 2 different ages on his profile which I mentioned and he never replied to that either. From my personal experience with a dating site a few years ago, I think pics are useless (some, though not all, picture posters are quite photogenic/creative with photoshop/not shy to upload old photos showing their former, slimmer/cuter selves, for example.) Some people don't post pics for various reasons, such as not wanting clients/ex's/employers/co-workers to know their personal business. Nothing ventured, nothing you have no pics..if you read a profile mabe you see who somone is..just the looks..put so much on oure apprence these days...ladies have to be barbie looken and men have to look like ken..sorry i am not ken..i do have feelings...hopes and dreames....i must be the odd ball here I think all it would do is ENSURE that you chatted with someone first before seeing them, which is fine. It doesnt really matter to me, but I guess it does to others, they always ask for a pic. We are enjoying every minute we spend together now and looks like we are in for the long haul... I was looking for substance ~ it worked well for me at the time.
It wouldn't stop the sudden contact losses or anything. But when I go to a site, and a profile doesnt have a pic, it doesnt matter, i still reply if i like what is said on the profile. I encourage people to take a chance, you may be pleasantly surprised.. I have initiated contact with people on here based solely on their profile and have met them without seeing them first. Now, however, I am in a different age bracket ~ I would never do it that way again.