A lot of creativity, time and money also goes into selecting the perfect name for a character in a movie to appeal to a certain audience. Well not until some smart marketers decided to change the name to Chilean Seabass. Restaurants could not give away the Patagonian Toothfish but the Chilean Seabass became super popular & is now being overfished. And just like the Chilean Seabass with this workbook and about 15 minutes of brainstorming, you’ll be able to create an irresistible username that will have you on your way to being the most popular fish in the online dating sea. Here are a few examples: • Bamboozled By Paper Clips • Smarty Pants • Nerdy Ninja Hugs • Laughing My Ass Off • Lips Potato Chips Now let’s look at how to connect to romantic feelings without being too mushy.
) • Create Your Own Username • Step 1: Brainstorming Keywords • Step 2: Combining Keywords Into Usernames • The Username Worksheet • What’s Next?• About the Author: Who Is This Radio Wright Guy Anyway?• Resources Like most guys, I didn’t put much thought into my username when I first started with online dating. It’s just something I quickly selected when I first signed up to the dating site. My results were terrible: No emails, No responses, No love.On the other side of the coin, be sure to stay away from usernames that connect to negative feelings or can in anyway be interpreted in a bad way . The last example Da Gift2Womens takes us to my final tip to evoke positive associations.Here are a few actual usernames I found online that project the wrong image. Always use properly spelled words in your username. You could come off like an uneducated dumbass or she may think the guy behind the profile has the maturity level of a 14 year old.Here’s an example: RUTha1 should be Are You The One Use the correct spelling Using proper spelling and capitalization not only evokes positive associations as mentioned in Rule #2 but it also makes your username clear and easy to remember.
Because usernames can’t have spaces between the words, capital letters should be used to clearly separate words or to accentuate certain words.
This can also be a great option for separating words.
Here’s an example of capitalization and spelling gone horribly wrong.
Yes, I know, cliches aren’t the ideal, but if you give them a twist and make them your own: They can be, A-W-E-S-O-M-E. If your name happens to be Tom, I just thought of an irresistible username for you, and we’ll use this example so that you better understand my point about clichés. That’s Romantic, Funny and Creative – triple awesome!
A romantic cliché you can use is Once Upona Time but change it to…. Ok – Ok, whoever uses that, when you get your dream girl, you owe me big time!
Using the positive association girls have with finding their Knight In Shining Armor. I know it’s a little confusing but I’ll make it crystal clear with these detailed examples. This would be a great name for a wrestler that 13 year old boys would find awesome but — for women? Something I see all the time is guys adding a bunch of numbers after their name. To connect to these pleasant feelings, your username should be any combination of the following: Funny, Dorky, Tender, Subtly Romantic, Silly, Creative. But the username — feelslike ZOOM — is AWESOME because it still hints at that love/excitement feeling that a girl finds attractive without being to mushy.