Online dating profile writing and coaching frequently asked questions (FAQ) eDateMate Australia. Online dating advice, online dating tips. For the best and most popular Australian dating sites RSVP, eHarmony, Ok Cupid and Oasis Active.

Why Would I Pay For A Professional Service to Help Me?

Nailing your profile is essential. Think of it this way. If two people applied for the same job, and one person has a resume filled with experience, detailing the many reasons they'd be right for the job, and another person has a resume which reads unoriginal and looks like it was written in five minutes, who do you think will get noticed?  Of course, you wouldn't even get in the door with a poorly presented resume.

If falling in love is as important to you as finding your ideal job, it's only logical to take the time to make your dating profile the best it can be. And if you play to win you'll be one click closer to finding your ideal match.

Why do I need to complete a profile questionnaire?

The eDateMate process forces you to dig deeper for the answers than you normally would, so that your profile comes to life on the page. Who you are, what you want, what you're looking for and what your interests are. Everybody has something fascinating to say about themselves - and its our job to capture this. Your profile is a conversation starter – a ‘snapshot’ of your life but not so generic it could be anyone’s life. Your new profile will pinpoint those things unique and specific to you and importantly create opportunities for matches to message you. 

What is the best way to send my photo's to you?

You can send your photos directly to contact@edatemate.com.au or you can give us access to your Facebook photos or an electronic album such as Dropbox. 

Do you guarantee results?

eDateMate guarantees that after working with us, your dating profile will be far more detailed, interesting and memorable than it was previously. We do not, however, guarantee the number of messages, dates or marriages proposals you receive.   We're good, but not miracle workers.

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