Flash a smile, put effort into your bio and NEVER leave your page blank: Women reveal what makes dating app profiles standout (and why you should think twice about puppy photos!)
- Dating platform Bumble has looked into the habits of Australian women
- In a report, women revealed their biggest profile turnoffs and preferences
- Interestingly, women in their thirties are not so swayed by puppy photos
- It found that women have missed opportunities by not making the first move
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4874988/How-make-dating-app-profile-stand-out.html
The biggest mistake people make is looking for a checklist instead of a connection. Interacting with a dating app––tweaking your profile, replying to intriguing messages, ignoring messages from idiots––can feel like it’s own job. Sure, it’s exciting at first to be matched with a semi-attractive local. But after a few awkward dates and brushes with legit weirdos, the disappointment and frustration from using these apps can make even the most optimistic person turn jaded about modern romance.
Like any diligent single looking for love, Nicodemos Varnava received a bundle of recommended matches on Coffee Meets Bagel recently and evaluated them accordingly. The dating app suggested one person in particular who caught the 25-year-old New Brunswick, NJ, resident’s eye — the woman was strikingly attractive and seemed to have similar interests. But Varnava’s hopes were dashed when he dug deeper and realized she had a fatal flaw.
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