By analyzing nearly 4,000 studies that investigated the art of attraction, researchers found that users with a screen name that begins with a letter in the first half of the alphabet are more likely to experience success with online dating. People associate names that start with a letter in the alphabet’s top half as more successful in other arenas, such as income and educational attainment.
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Sounds like a perfect match, but how do you meet him?
By overhauling your online dating profile to reflect your active lifestyle. Work your screen name: If this is your first foray into online dating or if you’re trying it again after some time away, create a screen name that reflects your interests.
Instead of writing something like “staying fit is really important to me,” get down to the nitty gritty.
Go for something like, “I run five miles every morning, but on weekends, I’ll crank out ten a day.
"Screen names starting with a letter near the top of the alphabet are presented first.
Those in the lower quarter of the alphabet will be lost in the bottom of the pile if you start at the top."You can also make your screen name stand out by choosing one that hints at your gender or attractiveness, the researchers found.You: Fun-loving, goal-oriented, try-any-workout-once kind of girl.Him: Healthy-living, adventurous stud who loves to spend his weekends breaking a sweat.But we’re looking at that question from a more tech-savvy angle today—as in, how your screen name affects your online dating success or lack thereof.And researchers from the United Kingdom’s Queen Mary University of London say it has a lot to do with whether you find love online.The lovelorn should avoid names with negative associations, such as 'Little' or 'Bug', and aim for something more playful, such as 'Fun2bwith' as this type of name is universally attractive.