How To Write A Sugar Daddy Profile: Full Guide With Examples Included
How to write a sugar daddy profile? What does a good sugar daddy profile look like? How to create a great profile headline and why it’s extremely important? Read this guide, find all the answers to your questions, and learn how to create a great sugar daddy profile!
How to write a sugar daddy profile
Here’s the #1 rule about sugar daddy profiles: there are no strict rules here. All you need to do is to write a fun and interesting headline, to add a list of some of your hobbies and interests (to help a potential sugar baby to write a cool first message), and to write a few lines about what you are looking for and what a typical date looks like. That’s all—follow these steps and you’ll stand out from the crowd of low-quality profiles.
After you write a profile, you’ll need to choose the type of arrangement you prefer. We won’t tell you which one to choose, of course, just keep in mind that typically, about 34% of sugar daddies seek an emotional connection within the arrangement while only 9% search strictly for no-strings-attached, casual arrangements.
How to write headlines for sugar daddy profiles
When you create a sugar daddy profile, you need to go step by step. First, registration and ID/income verification (if needed). Then, uploading a photo—a good one, that’s obvious. Then, writing a headline.
A headline is that very short text description you can write near your profile photo. That’s what potential sugar babies will see in search results without even clicking on your profile, and that’s what can attract them or turn them off. Basically, it’s one of the most important things to pay attention to when creating a profile before writing sugar daddy bio. Why?
Because generally, you only have mere seconds to make an impression and to catch a sugar baby’s eye. Women spend from 3 to 7 seconds on the profiles of men before they swipe left or right on Tinder, and even though there are no statistics like this on sugar dating sites, we can assume it can be similar—because generally, it’s the same women who use Tinder and sugar dating platforms. These seconds can change everything, and reading your profile headline takes 30%-50% of this time, that’s why it’s important.
A good headline can be catchy and smart, it can be fun or interesting, it can reflect your personality or it can be a good quote. It must be good, but there are no rules on writing it. Here are a few examples:
- Build a life you don’t need a vacation from (smart&promising)
- Spoiling a woman is my favorite thing about sugaring (promising again)
- Looking for someone to give my attention to, someone to use my energy on (just good)
- Let’s spend a good time together (simple but it works)
Now, a few examples of bad sugar daddy profile headlines. It doesn’t mean they don’t work at all—after all, there are at least 4 sugar babies for 1 sugar daddy on such websites as SeekingArrangement. It just means the chances are lower to attract an interesting, sexy, and intelligent sugar baby with such headlines than with the good ones. Here they are:
- XOXOXOXO (no kidding, it’s a very common headline and we don’t really know why)
- Looking for a sugar baby (it’s too simple, it isn’t fun at all, and it will probably not work unless everything else is perfect about your profile)
- Hello/Hey/Hi (seems quite boring)
- None (no headline is the worst choice you can make, along with the first one on the list)
Sugar daddy profile examples
Here are some examples of what a good sugar daddy profile looks like. They all are different but they all are detailed and all these men state their expectations clearly.
There are at least 8,000,000 sugar babies so you won’t have any problems with finding a SB even if your profile is not 100% perfect. It’s recommended to follow the tips and rules from this text, but don’t forget that after all, it’s your personality, your income, and your generosity that matters most, not the quality of your profile.