One of the hardest parts about online dating is the opening message. It is your pitch, the way you get a potential partner to notice you and want to start a conversation. And because you are essentially competing against thousands of singles you want it to stand out. In my experience this can be tricky. Men, wanting to be clever or creative, sometimes cross the line into creepy territory.
I sometimes wonder what people who think things like "hey" "hi" or "what's up? Are they attempting to convey how supremely chill they are? That they are so busy living life to the max that they simply haven't got the time to be charming? Or maybe they've just managed to convince themselves that their profile is so awesome that it speaks for itself. What I do know is that a mono or disyllabic opening lines like those listed above are highly unlikely to get a response. I know that because this was one of the findings discovered by dating app Hinge when it conducted a month-long study, analyzing data from its users.
These are some top tips from the experts on how to craft an opening line that will get a response on your dating apps. Confidence is a very attractive trait and could be the key to success when it comes to communicating through online dating apps. Your ultimate goal here is to inspire a back-and-forth conversation that will lead to a face-to-face encounter, so invite engagement by posing questions. Did you go to the top of the Eiffel Tower?
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