A good name should communicate your personality or niche.It's always a good idea to start with your real name, nickname or brand and add some prefixes or suffixes.1) Pick a mature (not silly or arrogant) screen name.
I’ll spare you the gush-fest; suffice it to say we’re an awesome match.
I don’t attribute this to an alignment of stars, to the mercy of the web gods and goddesses, or even to OKC’s algorithm, which supposedly uses questions such as “What’s worse, book burning or flag burning? Instead, I chalk up my positive online dating experiences -- which, with the exception of a brazen date who rudely shushed fellow theatergoers (referred to amongst my friends henceforth as “the shusher”), has been without horror stories -- to my careful evaluation of a potential match’s username before arranging a date.
"Those embarking on this medium can use the evidence-based approach from the outset," the researchers wrote.
"Those already registered should update the profile.
Click on the names to check availability on Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Youtube and other social networks.
I’ve swiped, I’ve messaged, I’ve boldly gone where no right-thinking relationship-seeker has gone before (to see a vampire movie on a first date), all in the name of finding love, or at least a cool guy to hang out with.
The first step if you didn’t already know, is to have an attractive online dating profile photo to catch attention in the first place.
Without a great photo the chances are your username won’t even matter.
Have fun with your screen name, but avoid being vulgar or cocky.
Stay away from names that denote wealth or immaturity. Craig Wax, senior vice president at Match.com, recommends "coming up with a name that gives an indication of what you are all about.
Click the Spin button as many times as you like to create a new set of random names.