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People Who Use These Words On Their Dating App Profiles Are The Most Likely To Get Swiped Right

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How To Write A Dating App Profile To Get A Guy Or Girl To Like You & Swipe Right
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A new study from Badoo reveals exactly how to write a bio that slays.

By: Nicole Goodwin

Have you ever wondered how to get a guy to like you and write a dating app profile that makes people swipe right?

Maybe, your profile is picture-perfect, but your “about me” section simply isn’t packing a punch. Perhaps, you just can’t find the right words to draw in a potential partner, or your witty “review” bio is getting a one-star rating.

Let’s face it: We’ve never been good at writing about ourselves on dating apps. And, we could all use some online dating tips.

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Thankfully, the dating app "Badoo” has delved into their user database to reveal the top ten words to include in your dating app profile that will guarantee people swipe right. They have sourced the information from the online dating profiles of their most successful members to determine frequently-used words.

Although gym and music appeared in both lists, words varied between male and female users. Results show that men are likely to gain a swipe-right if their bios contain the words “6’” [6 ft.] and “car,” while female users are favored if their bios include the words “drink”and “beer.”

According to Badoo’s findings, the top words on men’s dating profiles are as follows:

  • 6’
  • Family
  • Dogs
  • Dinner
  • Beard
  • Travel
  • Music
  • Relationship
  • Gym
  • Car

Whereas the top words on women’s dating profiles are these:

  • Love
  • Drink
  • Music
  • LOL
  • Gym
  • Coffee
  • Blue Eyes
  • Smiling Emoji
  • Beer
  • Foodie

Badoo’s findings also show that 87 percent of users swipe-right on funny dating profiles as they promote the person’s true personality.

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Short, snappy “about me” sections also gain a higher success rate, with data showing that users favor bios up to 20 words in length over longer paragraphs.

“I would encourage you not to be afraid to write about something that is specific to you, such as your favorite film director or least favorite pasta dish. These sorts of things will help you to stand out and can often add a touch of humor,” says Badoo’s in-house dating expert, Claire Stott.

“It is also a good idea to include what you are looking for and any potential deal breakers, such as height, to prevent awkwardness later on,” she elaborates.

Now that the experts have spoken, it’s time to give our dating app profiles a makeover and watch those matches roll in.

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Nicole Goodwin is a writer who covers love, relationships, and online dating tips.

This article was originally published at unwritten . Reprinted with permission from the author.

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