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Hoehn had had plenty of experience with online dating and had helped friends redo their profiles in the past.

"It sounds so simple, but you'd be amazed at how many guys say they want to look tough and don't want to smile. "You could even practice smiling in a mirror before you take a picture." Looking into the camera is important as well.

Just like in real life, a fellow online dater is more likely to engage with you when you're making direct eye contact.

"It's good to show your life through your photos," Hoehn said.

"If you change your main photo regularly, people who skipped over you before may reconsider," Hoehn said.

"You just have this one page to make an impression," Hoehn said.

"That biographical information may not be as relevant to whether they fit into what you do on weekends, or how you're applying your education to your life now." "People really connect on things they do like, the commonalities," Hoehn said.

If you're a triathlete, use a picture of you training or crossing the finish line.

If you're really into art or museums, put up a photo of you with your favorite painting.

"Instead of saying you hate the outdoors, you could say you're more of a homebody, for example.