So if these were your icebreakers in the image to the left, you could see that 2, 3, 4, and 7 are keepers. So if you don’t get a response to your opener, send her a second message.And just as important, you’d know which low performers to scrap, like 1 and 11. A light-hearted line that relates back to the first message lets her know you’re still interested, without seeming desperate.Hinge found that these opening lines worked very well for the specific age ranges they’re listed under, but didn’t always perform so well outside of those ranges: The effectiveness of any given message you could sent depends not only on the women who are receiving it, but also on how you’re perceived by those women online when they look at your photos and bio.Attraction is a complex formula, and that’s why there are no Tinder lines that work great for every guy on every women.So if you don’t create something that immediately snags her attention and compels her to respond, she won’t.Even if she does reply to your “eh” message at first, she’s likely to stop responding before you get her number.
They may not be the best Tinder lines she’s ever seen, but you’re not one of those guys who falls back on “Hey! Here’s your problem – why would she respond to your “pretty good” message, when she’s got dozens of other men with better material like this clamoring for her attention: Attractive women can afford to be picky – they’re weeding through hundreds of messages from guys just like you.
For instance, you could send this “personalized” message to any woman with an unusual name: Before you go nuts sending all these opening lines to everyone you’ve matched with, it’s worth mentioning that different messages play better with different age groups.
Some messages work best for women in their lower 20s, while others work for women in their upper 20s.
Courtship in cyberspace demands more than compelling emojis and a self-proclaimed "passion for gourmet cooking." Internet dating is a delicate art of seduction that requires strategy, timing, and not being a "creep." How does a Nice Guy expect to navigate these choppy waters and stand out among the sea of Internet weirdos, anyway?
Have you started thinking that the more attractive a woman is on Tinder, the less likely she is to respond to your messages?