If you're a product to be marketed to women, highlighting intelligence is one of the least successful approaches to take.
First off, based on IQ, there are not that many smart women. Men's IQs tend to have greater variety whereas women's IQs cluster closer to the median. The top 3-5% of highest IQ scores are mainly men. Likewise, the bottom 3-5% of IQ scores are also mostly men.
Any man that tries to appeal to the few women in that Top 3-5% of IQ scores is wasting time. That's not even big enough to be a viable niche.
Any man would be better off appealing to the desires of normie-tier intelligent women. Normie tier intelligent women respond to things like height, big muscles, badass tattoos, motorcycles, and sometimes large amounts of money, Intelligence can lead to earned money to get women (the Bill Gates path), but that's a mainly futile approach. Height and big muscles are the best way to appeal to women. @sangheilios
has the foundation of what women find most appealing as a 6'4" guy with muscles.
Game is some combination of looks, money, status, and personality. The looks factor is important. Height and fitness, often defined by big muscles, are what gets normie tier intelligence women wet, not use of words like 'harridan' or 'vituperative'.