Internet dating goes behind bars

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I'll be honest, I was a little skeptical of how big of a difference changing my online dating profile would actually make.Though I didn't see much of a shift on Hinge, I noticed an almost immediate change with Tinder and Match. " They were asking about actual things I had listed or photos I posted.

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And I'm convinced that making really small changes and shifting how you approach the wild, wild west of the cyber dating world can actually improve your matches.

Or at the very least—give you more options than thirsty Thursday at your local pub. MORE: The Fun Trick Every Single Woman Should Try-- Lindsay Tigar is a 26-year-old single writer, editor, and blogger living in New York City.

I thought I kind of already knew how to pick really good photos and write a sweet (but sassy!

) summary, but Davis tore my profiles apart on each site. Never Say "Hi" When we were sitting at this dark bar—full of attractive dudes, I might add—Davis asked to see some messages I wrote to guys. Be Proactive The other thing that I found interesting about messaging was that Davis doesn’t see any reason to make the guy do the work.

But even though I thought saying "I’ll keep you on your toes and hopefully you’ll make me stand on mine," was clever, Davis says to be blunt instead: "I dig tall guys so I can wear my fave heels." (I guess I should have known men typically don’t read in between the lines in anything, much less online dating.) She also suggests making short sentences or lists, rather than long-winded explanations.

I changed my paragraph to shorter, quicker things about me and got specific.

" Instead, she suggested that when I message guys, I should only make a statement and ask a question— that's it. At most, she suggests having five photos—and she says you should make the first three the strongest ones.

As much of a cliché as it is, she says you have to catch someone's attention right off the bat because some dudes won't even be bothered by those mini-summaries on Tinder or Hinge anyway.

When I arrived in the city, I signed up for Plenty of Fish, and though I did have a little luck (met a millionaire for the first time!

), I was still a little too young for the market; it was easier for me to hit up a bar in midtown to meet a dude over a romantic Bud Light than to fiddle with all those search filters.


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