Online dating has become a new norm in America.
And by now about 90% of singles have used this method in some way shaper form to find love or luck.
And while you can't make someone fall in love with you, turns out this is a science to making someone swipe right Tips are based on actual data pulled from popular dating services, Tinder, Bumble, OkCupid, and Zoosk.
Now first things first, whoever said love is blind was either actually blind or full of [BLEEP] Because in the online dating world, you're being judged predominantly by what you look like, which is why your photo may be the most important thing on your profile.
Or in this case photos because you want to include more than one, if you want to get twice as many likes.
We're not just talking about any picture, because the wrong one may actually hurt you.
make sure your faces is clearly visible and at least one photo.
That means removed the sunglasses.
Smile to camera if you are chick and don't if you are dude.
In fact, don't even look at the camera.
But don't just take photos of your face.
Full body shots get 203% more loving.
If you've got it, flaunt it or fake it.
Men like this on a woman and women this on a man.
Selfies are a delicate subject so boost your changes of a message if you're a woman but actually hurt your odds.
If you're a man.
But one thing's considered a universal truth, bathroom mirror selfies are big worst.
Pets are a big class specially if are a male specie.
Men who had a dog in their picture are perceived as trustworthy, more attractive and more smarter.
Single to travel.
Show yourself in an exotic location and your message is 30% more likely to lead to a conversation.
Just be warned you may have to answer questions about said trip upon first date so keep it real guys.
If you're looking for lasting love experts say details matter.
Vacation talk is more likely to spark conversation Whereas family talk is a less likely.
But if you are more of a spring fling kind of chick, be as vague as you want.
Bottomline, these tips will only get you so far and then that's where the real work starts.
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