Dating has its ups and downs. Find your perfect match with these helpful hints on how to write a Tinder Bio that gets you a date.
To be sure, Tinder may be a lot of fun for certain people. Despite its label as a “hookup app,” Plenty of Fish actually attracts many serious daters. But why do some people have no trouble finding dates while others struggle to even catch a nibble?
You might be surprised to learn that appearance isn’t everything. Not going to deny it, by any means. Swiping right or left on Tinder is all about appearances, making it a shallow dating app. However, quality Tinder profiles are also crucial to success in online dating.
You need to know how to create good Tinder profiles if you want to score a date, or many dates, on Tinder. Tinder dating isn’t rocket science, but there are some nuggets of wisdom you’ll need to succeed.
Let’s get right to the pictures, as that’s what most people will see first (if they see anything at all).
Pictures perfect for Tinder profiles.
It always amazes me how many individuals clearly don’t care about the quality of their photographs. The whole point of trying to get a date is to present your best self, so why are so many individuals acting like they have nothing to offer? That’s a strange reason to release some unflattering images. I was never able to put my finger on it.
Well, whatever, it’s all OK. Always look for methods to better yourself. The following are some suggestions for the best photographs to use in Tinder profiles.
Use only high-quality, clearly lit images.
To avoid posting unclear or blurry images, focus your camera lens carefully. You wouldn’t want to look at a photograph of someone and have to squint your eyes and imagine how they could look if the photo were higher quality, would you?
Include as many pictures as you can.
Tinder, as I’ve mentioned previously, can be a bit shallow. And it’s fine if the focus is primarily on the surface. That’s just a fancy way of stating folks are curious about your appearance.
What’s more, many people’s appearances vary greatly from one photograph to the next. I can’t explain it. Make sure folks get a good look at your true appearance by posting as many photos as you can.
You can make people more approachable by putting on a pleasant expression.
Another thing that makes me scratch my head. So many people in pictures come across as cold, uncaring, or miserable. You wouldn’t want to add to the anxiety of online dating by raising suspicions that you’re a serial killer. Appear to be a kind person, for goodness’ sake! Grin… it won’t take much effort.
Don’t let the elegance slip.
Do not wear revealing tops, ladies, if you get my meaning. Don’t take a mirror selfie while wearing nothing but your underwear or swimwear. It’s just so pathetic and cries out, “come f*** me!” You surely don’t want to give off that vibe.
Remember that the best Tinder biographies actually say something.
Even if all you want is to hook up, you should introduce yourself. You are an emotional, thinking, working, living human being. Then, be yourself.
Simple but descriptive language is best.
Good Tinder biographies don’t have much room for text. You won’t get that much breathing room there. As such, remember to keep things brief and to the point. Emphasize the aspects of yourself that are most relevant to the position you are seeking, such as your experience, values, interests, and goals.
Please don’t skip this step.
In order to stand out on Tinder, your bio can’t be missing any key information. They each compose a brief autobiographical essay. The lethargic impression is reinforced if the bio section is left blank. And how lazy will you be once you get a date, or even if you’ve landed a relationship, if you’re too lazy to put your best self forward to GET a date? Yeah. You get what I’m trying to say.
Don’t be rude or offensive.
Indeed, I am aware that your most recent date misrepresented their weight. Either that, or they were on the lookout for a sugar daddy or sugar mama. I am well aware that the world is plagued with nutjobs. However, you shouldn’t be rude to them in your bio. I can attest that this is also a regular occurrence. For the second time… Maintain a constructive attitude.
Good Tinder bios don’t have to be hard to create. Putting forward your best self requires only a minimal investment of time and energy. As a result, if you implement these suggestions, you’ll soon be on a date.