The #1 Killer On Your Sugar Baby Profile—And How to Avoid

How much would you love to experience a sudden influx of Sugar Daddies, all of whom are “chomping at the bit” to get to know you and provide you what you want?

Obviously it would be insanely great!

But there’s something that’s holding these Sugar Daddies back from contacting you. There’s something that’s preventing you from experiencing the success you’ve been looking for. What’s more, this certain “something” plagues up to 80% of Sugar Babies who are online at this very moment.

What’s this “something”, you might ask? Simple: I call it the “Sugar Daddy Coma.”

First, I’ll tell you all about it… and then I’ll give you what you need to eliminate it forever.

How Sugar Babies Accidentally Lull Their Sugar Daddies Into A Coma (Do you make these 2 mistakes?)

Believe it or not, the #1 killer in your profile is yourself.

Let me explain what I mean here. There are two ways Sugar Babies use themselves to create a Sugar Daddy Coma. First, there’s egotism. This is where the Sugar Baby uses her online profile to list all the reasons why she’s so awesome. Rather than highlighting her accomplishments, she somehow comes across as arrogant, self-serving, and only interested in what she can get from a Sugar Daddy.

The second way Sugar Babies lull Sugar Daddies into a coma is by accidentally depicting themselves as “working girls” – and I don’t mean the kind with careers. Yes ladies, I’m talking about hookers. Whether you emphasize sex too much in your profile, or you simply post too many pictures of you clad in your bikini, these actions will lead high-quality Sugar Daddies to avoid you like the plague. After all, if they wanted sex, they’d just hire an escort, or pick a woman up at the bar.

In order to create a profile you need to focus what it is that you want from living the Sugar Baby Lifestyle. Your profile is NOT about you. Instead, it’s all about your Sugar Daddy and his needs. You don’t need to be a super model, to not be interesting. Sex sells but that doesn’t mean longevity and if you use that as a selling point to your Sugar Daddies you are only looking at something short-term.

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Comments 4

  1. Mia

    Hi Taylor I recently became a SB but I am 47. I have had many attractive men text and give me their numbers. I have not returned calls yet I am a very happy bubbly person and I laugh like you all the time. I put negotiable but I really don’t know what that means, are all the men on this site wanting and willing to provide help and mentor? I am not good at asking I am a giver but I am a single mom who has 2 teen boys and although I have been divorced 8 years now my ex is 61 deaf dying of Sarcoidosis and liver and kidney failure, he left me penniless but his SS disability helps and me and the kids take care of him. I work 55 hrs a week. He suggested Seeking arrangements because when he passes I cant provide to keep a roof over their heads I grew up with class and upper middle class, I am very humbled by people that give . I get by with a car that I pray starts everyday and I am thinking ahead for my future. I’m telling you my personal story so maybe you can assist me on how to get the most out of a SD and when . And is it better to avoid the married ones??

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      Taylor Jones

      Hey Mia, well if you are wanting this lifestyle at some point you will have to start cultivating the relationship to start moving it along so that you weed out the real from the fake. Meaning you will have to start returning texts. If you have people interested and you don’t respond they can lose interest rather quickly. You want to have a firm foundation on navigating this lifestyle. “Negotiable” will mean different things in terms of how one approaches this lifestyle and what you will have to do to get it based on your approach.

      Keep in mind a closed mouth doesn’t get fed. And if you have trouble asking for what you want or conveying it to someone it will only make navigating this lifestyle harder. After all, a Sugar Daddy can’t read your mind.

      You can’t get the most of out of a Sugar Daddy unless you have someone there (potential/prospect). And that is the current stage you are at. You want to avoid the people in which who will not be a good fit for you. If a married man isn’t someone you are interested than don’t entertain them. This is completely up to you and who you are looking for.

      There are a lot of working parts going on and I think those things are key in how you are going to go about approaching this. Not all men are alike and they are looking for different things. You aren’t going to find a generous man simply because you joined a site specifically for Sugar Daddy dating. At the end of the day what will you do to get what you want? You really want to be honest with yourself. I would need to have a more of an in-depth conversation with you, but if you are ready for some hand holding I’m here.

  2. Jacky

    Hi Taylor,

    I’m Jae. I just did my profile on SA and i have no idea where to start. There is so much information on your site that i again have no idea where to start. i need your guidance desperately i’m very serious about doing this and i don’t want to do anything the wrong way. please please please get back with me ! thank you

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      Taylor Jones

      Hey Jae, thanks for reaching out. I do offer profile writing services in which you can find information about that here: But if you are looking to see how I can help you based on how you are wanting to approach this lifestyle. I recommend setting up a consult and you can learn more about that here: You don’t have go through this alone and you can use my experience and also from my clients for your personal gain and to cut your learning curve in half. I created the Sugar Daddy Formula for you and I’m here to help.

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