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Always be positive (but not arrogant or boastful) about yourself.
That means avoiding writing anything too negative about your perceived faults or weaknesses, or failures in other relationships (and definitely don't bad mouth your previous partner).
You'll read the same thing so many times on other people's profiles that it just doesn't mean anything.
Try to think of something a little more unusual to make you stick in someone's mind – and it might just spark off an online conversation.