There are a number of different kinds of Sugar Daddy profiles on SeekingArrangement. My type is an “Investment Daddy.” In order for me to “invest” in an arrangement, I need to be confident that the Sugar Baby will use my allowance and gifts to improve her life, rather than becoming a fashionista or flaunting “things.” To me, that confidence starts with the abundance of opportunities for a first impression!
Sugar Babies, your profile page should be considered your relationship resume. It should consist of proper grammar throughout. You are not a “women” and you’re not attending “collage.” Spelling, grammar, and punctuation…If it isn’t perfect, it’s too easy to move on to the next profile!
Your “About Me” section covers what you are bringing to the arrangement. Don’t be too sexual. Do talk about the interests and types of activities you enjoy, especially those that you are hoping to enjoy with potential SD.
The “What You’re Looking For” section should be about the characteristics and traits you seek in a partner, not the brands you’re looking to receive as gifts in the arrangement. Avoid using the word “I” whenever possible. In my experience, whenever I’ve met any potential partner that has overused the word “I” on their profile, this person is solely focused on what they receive opposed to what they can offer in an arrangement.
To stand out, make sure you have at least one photo in which you are standing with good posture in a well-lit room. There is nothing more unappealing than a grainy photo. You should also try to have two to three more photos complementing what you’ve written about in your profile. Try to avoid photos with multiple friends, bathroom pics, kissy faces, and the dreaded duck lips.
And remember, consistency is key. There should never be a question as to whether or not it is the same person appears in each photo.
Prepare to interact with anyone you’re messaging. Keep three date recommendations handy at all times. This could be coffee, lunch, or drinks, to provide just a few quick examples. Be sure to do a little research into the recommended meet up locations; it should be a neutral location where both of you are comfortable.
Relate your messages to the potential SD’s profile. If you read he is a huge sports fan, mention your favorite team or sport in the message. If his profile mentions wine, talk about a fine wine you’ve sampled recently. Don’t worry about how it is perceived. Keep things semi-professional when discussing arrangement details and remain focused on getting face to face. Even though you are after the allowance, you should appear genuinely interested in meeting.
This is the prime opportunity to show who you are! You should be dressed appropriately for the venue and the time of day. Be early so you can scope out the place before he arrives. Have enough money to pay for what you order. While an Investment SD will probably never split a bill, being ready to offer to cover your order will allow you to avoid being perceived as desperate. Conversation should be about your dreams, goals, and how your SD can help you realize your ambitions. However, don’t tell him what you need him to do, let him figure out where he can help on his own. Don’t sell yourself and your dreams. No one likes to be sold. All you have to do is present the opportunity.
An Investment SD will likely want to start out by being conservative in his investment. He wants to wait and see if you are genuine with your effort, the goals you have stated, and how sincere your interest in him truly is.
The Investment SD is usually generous, sometimes to a fault. Don’t shy away from the Investment SD — the boost to your contacts, career, business, and life overall can be amazing!
Have you had an experience with an Investment SD? How did it differ from this?