According to a study published in 2015, winning profiles typically used a ratio in discussing themselves versus what they're looking for.Successful online daters also typically employ a bit of humor and keep it light; words in popular profiles include “love,” “fun,” and “friends,” according to Cohen, Ph D, psychologist and author of From First Kiss to Forever: A Scientific Approach to Love.
Swiping is consistently heavier on Sunday, according to data from Bumble, but low on Fridays.
In addition, people typically settle in with their dating apps in the evening instead of daytime hours; 8 to 10 pm is usually peak time for usage, and a great time to message someone you’re really interested in.
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Sprucing up your dating profiles with better photos and shorter bios with upbeat key words and deleting bad selfies can help boost your chances of finding a prospective suitor online, experts say.
And now is the peak time to meet that special someone. The dating site reports 50 million messages sent and 1 million dates occurring during this time.
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