“There is an opportunity to exploit the name-similarity effect by browsing extensively before registration, identifying profiled names of people who you find attractive, and then choosing a similar screen name,” the authors write.So the obvious “be good looking” aside, there are a few hacks that give you a better chance of being swiped right. You should provide photographic evidence that you have friends.The researchers suggest the boring but supposedly effective, “Genuine, attractive, outgoing, professional female, good sense of humor, into keeping fit, socializing, music and travel, seeks like-minded, good-natured guy to share quality times.”The tips don’t stop there.
It’ll be obvious pretty quickly upon meeting if someone is lying, the authors say.
Liars “look as if they are thinking hard for no good reason and to converse in a strangely impersonal tone.”The perfect description falls in a ratio of what you are like to what you want.
You can sort through five or more supposedly "highly qualified leads" -- in some cases daily. If you: Put up recent pictures up that show your eyes (and not your lavatory); Put thought into your profile; Message me directly with something thoughtful; Get my number, and Ask me out ..you're proving you're not afraid to take the lead.
The question is, whose definition of highly qualified are we talking about? You're demonstrating that you know how to do this whole taking-care-of-a-woman thing from the start.
If the Internet is good for anything—and, actually, it’s good for lots of things—it’s good for finding a needle in a haystack.