As well, different online dating sites have different relationship categories with which to choose from.
A select few have different sections to choose from where you can post your profile whereas others are only geared to long-term relationships, such as e Harmony.
First, of the points you circled, does one of them imply a place that you spend a lot of time in?
If so, try writing a sentence or two that describes why that place is special to you.
No matter what its title, most online dating sites will require a paragraph or two from you in essay format, describing who you are and what you are looking for.
If this part of the process seems too daunting to you, or if you'd rather not invest the time, sign up at one of the online speed dating sites instead, as most don't use essay introductions in their profiles.
Because some people use only their handles as a personal identifier for some time, many online daters will come to use your handle as your "name" and may even greet you by your handle upon meeting face to face.
The next thing anyone will see on your profile is your tagline.
This step may seem redundant in that it's obvious you are looking to date someone new by putting up a profile on a dating site.
But as sites can be used for anything from relationships to hookups, you'll want to define what it is you're after before sitting down to write your online dating profile, so as to avoid the overused, "Just checking things out" line.