What to say on online dating
Your mother always told you so and you never really believed it too much, but the fact is that first impressions really count.
And this couldn’t be more true when it comes to contacting someone online.
One month and eight million impressions later, trends started to emerge.
Their results show that users who personalize openers are far better off at getting the conversation started than those who send a paltry, “Hey.” Click on to see what they mean, and then try them out for yourself!
Choose: adult treehouse or the ability talk to animals?
Washington DC: “Cheese” Conversation starters that were food related, or specifically mentioned cheese saw 58 percent higher response rates in DC than in other cities.
There is nothing worse than reading a joke that isn't funny and then having the fact that it isn't funny, but that somehow someone else thinks it is, explained to you.
If your joke isn't funny to that person, it's either a) not funny at all, or b) not funny to him/her. In the middle of this city you're walking around in, surrounded by thousands and millions of people walking, you fear you might be the only one who likes walking?
Boston: “No Nonsense” Conversation starters that are straightforward or cynical saw 59 percent higher response rates in Boston than in other cities.Hinge copywriters and data analysts composed over 100 original message openers to test—all varying in subject matter, length, and structure—on 22 percent of its users.Recipients received a selection, which they used on matches.We’ve showed you how to optimize your dating profile to get more swipes from women, and we’ve even pointed out some mobile apps worth checking out (that aren’t Tinder), so you’ve probably got the basics nailed down by now. If you squander matches because your initial message falls flat you’re not alone.Hinge, the dating app that introduces you to friends of friends, heard similar cries for help and set out on a mission to help you move beyond the swipe.