One of the best things about being a sugar daddy today is that there are more legit sugar daddy dating sites than ever before.
On the flip side, there are also lots more sugar babies than ever before. This means making sure a sugar baby chooses to team up with you requires extra work.
Naturally, having money helps a lot. But if you want to attract the right kind of sugar baby, it’s always a good idea to optimize your sugar daddy profile.
In this article, I’ll be walking you through what you need to do, from adding pictures to writing a bio.
How To Write a Sugar Daddy Profile
1. The Right Photos For Your Profile Picture
Your profile picture is – naturally – the first thing a sugar baby sees. As such, it has to be good. If it isn’t, she won’t even see the rest of your profile.
It’s always a good idea to make your main profile picture a headshot of you smiling. A smile suggests you’re a warm, kind, and caring person who’s great fun to be around.
Plus, smiling always makes people feel better about you and themselves.
Not just that, but a headshot proves that you’ve got nothing to hide. This is who you are!
I also recommend you add at least 3 pictures. Adding just one picture can make you seem a tad disingenuous (are you even real?). For a sugar baby to trust that you are who you say you are, adding a range of pictures will help a lot.
What kind of pics?
Go with pics that showcase your lifestyle. Upload pics of you dining out, taking strolls, relaxing on a beach, or reading a book. Include outdoor pics, as well as pics of you with pets and/or animals and even family members. These pics will demonstrate that you’re a regular, well-rounded guy she can trust and depend upon.
This is another great profile pic! The sugar daddy looks like a smiley, positive and outgoing person. Again, this is an (almost) full body picture that showcases his personality, his looks, and some of his passions (nature).
2. Writing a Catchy About Me & Bio Section
Once you’ve uploaded a few pics, it’s time to work on your bio.
A bio doesn’t need to be too long, but it also shouldn’t be too short. You can keep your sentences concise, but it’s really important that you cover a few bases.
For example, talk about your hobbies and interests. This will let a sugar baby know what your personality is like. Don’t just say, “I’m fun to be around!” Show her that you’re fun to be around by describing what you like to do.
Enjoy going to the cinema? Write it down.
It’s also a good idea to write about your desires – what you’re looking for in a sugar relationship. Do you just want companionship, or do you want intimacy? Don’t use sexual language but be direct about what you’re looking for. This will ensure you don’t waste time talking to someone who’s not looking for the things you are.
It’s the same with your values. What are your values, and what can you offer a sugar baby? What’s your financial status? Are you rich or wealthy?
Let it be known in your bio. Try not to come across as bragging but make sure a sugar baby knows what she’s getting into. Will you be spoiling her? Paying her rent?
Don’t forget to reel off a few aspects of your lifestyle and personality, too. A sugar baby isn’t here to marry you, but she still wants to see that you’re a handsome, well-groomed man who knows how to look after himself. If you’re highly motivated, mention it. If you’ve never been married, mention it.
It’s crucial that you get the “About Me” section just right. And while this example is long, it also shows that the sugar daddy has taken the time to make sure his profile stands out to the right person.
He’s listed his interests his goals, and he’s being absolutely honest about where he’s at right now in life.
He also makes it clear who (or what) he’s looking for.
This “About Me” section is much shorter than the one above – but works just as well. The sugar daddy gets straight to the point but does it in a way that’s got plenty of personalities.
The use of the emoji works really well, he reels off his interests, and he’s also direct about what he wants and what his intentions are.
3. Heading Tips
Some sugar dating sites let you write a heading (or headline).
This is essentially a one-line piece of text that gives you the chance to sell yourself to a potential sugar baby. It has to be eye-catching, a little bit juicy, and it needs to act as a “dog whistle” that attracts the right kind of girl.
Headings can be tough to get right because you have limited space (no more than 7 words is the optimal length). What’s more, not everyone is (understandably) the best at selling themselves like this.
After all, we’re not all marketers, right?
Not just that, but a headline needs to act as clickbait, but it can’t be misleading. Striking the right balance is tough, but here are some examples to help you out:
Looking for a taste of the good life?
Looking for a Princess to spoil!
I am at your beck and call
These examples are worth going with if you really are looking for a Princess to spoil. However, you can also go with a headline that reflects who you are. Here are some examples:
Chilled guy looking for some companionship
Enjoy movies, laughing, and eating out
Would love to travel with you
4. Username Tips
Another important aspect of a sugar daddy profile that’s not that easy to get right is your username.
A username simply can’t be cheesy or sexually explicit on a sugar dating site. That sort of thing might work on hookup sites but definitely not on a sugar dating site where a younger woman is looking for an older man to spend time with.
And while it might be tempting to save time and just run with your real name, this can put you at the mercy of scammers.
A better idea is to think about your hobbies. Here are some examples:
You could also use a name that relates to money (without bragging):
And while you don’t want to be cheesy, you could still have a little fun with your username:
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