The #1 mistake that people make when making their profile is that they write the EXACT SAME things that everyone else does!
90% of profiles feature the same cliche phrases like: "I'm a hard-working guy who is looking for a nice girl." "I enjoy hanging out with my friends." "I'm an easy-going, fun person." DON’T DO THIS!
Ensure your message meets their standards and goes with the site you are using: If you’re using POF: “Hey, I didn’t think I’d see someone as beautiful as you on a free dating site! ” If you’re signed up to My Single Friend: “So, who tricked you into letting them set you up a profile on here?
Normally, on Hinge you're free to use whatever opening line you want — it shows you mutual friends and interests then gives you a blank canvas to write whatever you want.
But for one month, Hinge gave a random 22% of users the option to use a clever prewritten opening line in addition to writing their own messages. They then tracked which of those prewritten lines were most likely to get a reply, using the data to determine which lines worked best based on gender, location, and how fast you sent a message after getting a match.
Hinge came up with over 100 prewritten lines that ranged in tone from quirky ("best discovery: Netflix or avocado?
(this one improved your response likelihood by 31%)2.
It’s worse for guys, because they are expected to send the messages, while the girls sit back and watch the number in their inbox tot up.
But for those guys out there, how do you initiate conversation and get the ball rolling (and not look like a creep?
Now it's time to write a kick-ass bio that describes how awesome you are!
Here is some helpful advice and a few valuable tips: 1) Be Different - Most Profiles Look Exactly the Same!
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Use one of these and you'll be meeting up IRL in NO time.
I’ve never seen anyone so good looking.” Example: You really want to see this girl, they like everything you do and look amazing, so you decide to send over a little line such as: “Dinner and drinks, Friday night?