The testers re-ran the experiment and excluded all cleavage shots, and the results were still the same. Although the miraculous My Space angle attracts the most messages, it is actually one of the worst photo’s for attracting worthwhile messages… The ab-shot is mostly considered to be used by douchebags – it has the same lame reputation as the My Space shot.
But online dating and Tinder is all about showing off your strengths, which includes showing off abs – so if you’re a guy with a good body, it’s actually better to take your shirt off rather than leave it on: Of course if you don’t have a good body then taking off your shirt won’t give you the same benefit…
As you can see women tend to get less new messages as they get older (both lines trending down).
However the cleavage effect becomes more beneficial as women get older – it has a 24% improvement for 18 year old women, but at age 31 the cleavage effect has a massive 79% improvement.
There’s a lot of information out there on what works when it comes to Tinder, some of it is good, some of it is bad… In order to get legit information, stuff you can rely on, we’re turning to Tinder’s closest and eldest relative, online dating.
Well Ok Cupid did an experiment to find out something similar – they wanted to find out if the text on online dating profiles had an impact on how users perceive other users.And there were some interesting results from another experiment they did, asking users to rate “looks” and “personality” separately.Here are the results (again, each dot is a person): According to the user ratings, “looks” and “personality” were the same thing.It explains why the girl in this picture: Even though everything else about the 2 girls above and their profiles are pretty much identical – same age, same attractiveness, similar profile text – the girl in the second photo will receive more conversation-worthy messages.Quick summary: And if you don’t have something interesting to show then include a pet in your picture: Having a pet in your picture will attract almost the same amount of conversation-worthy messages as “doing something interesting”.