Physical qualities that make men fall for you – Take note! For anyone single and looking for love, dating apps are both a blessing and a curse. It’s a blessing because you have a wide variety of potential dates to choose from, and accepting and rejecting is easy with a simple swipe of right or left. But it’s a curse because you either match with the wrong people, or don’t match at all.
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Yes, this is another one of those, “How can I get potential dates to swipe right on my profile?”kind of article. The team at Romance Goals knows that Tinder plays a significant role in the modern-day dating scene, but what makes people swipe right and swipe left?
“Which background locations are associated with the most appealing profiles? Which facial expressions found the most success? Is there such a thing as an ideal profile image that garners the most approval?” the research questioned.
The team sampled 600 profile pictures from London, New York, and Berlin, and surveyed hundreds of participants to determine what makes them swipe right or left on a profile picture. In the sample, they found that 54.3 percent of women are more likely to get their photos swiped right, compared to only 35.3 percent of men’s photos.
Also, 48.5 percent of women’s profile photos are more likely to receive a private message compared to 31.7 percent of men. However, this does not mean that the men’s photos were unappealing.
“The greater proportion of approving swipes on women’s profiles may simply be a result of men swiping right on Tinder three times as often as women do — a strategy aimed at increasing their chances of making a match,” says the study.
Here are the secrets they learned for both men and women to receive more right swipes, as well as tips on what to avoid to prevent more left swipes:
1. Car photos are terrible; restaurant photos are awesome.
The average of right swipes for restaurant photos was 62 percent, compared to the 26.1 percent in the car. Restaurant photos are 59.3 percent likely to receive messages, as opposed to car photos, which only have an average of 25 percent.