That's right: people with certain names are more popular on online dating apps.
The Grade, an app that lets you score your matches and downvote rude or inappropriate people, collected data on which male and female names attract the most right-swipes.
They also figured out which name was most likely to match with that person. The most popular women's name will be swiped-right by 70% of guys, while the least popular one measured by The Grade, Tiffany, will only be swiped-right 28% of the time.
It’s obvious profiles without photos attract little attention.
And yes you love puppies and cute babies but these don’t belong in your profile picture.
Save your showing off, money-wise, for the first date.
When me and my friends were teens, we mostly met potential dates, boyfriends, and girlfriends at school or through friends and family, which wasn’t exactly the fastest or most reliable process.
We’ve looked into the best of the best teen dating websites and narrowed the list down to 10.
Whether you’re 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, or 19, these sites will put you in front of the right crowd and won’t use up all of your food and going out money!
How do you let potential daters know that you are smart, beautiful and funny without seeming a little conceited or desperate?
We spoke to Match.coms’s relationship expert Kate Taylor, who told us all we need to know about how to write an online dating profile that's sure to get you hits.
Try not to typecast yourself with a username that indicates a niche hobby or interest.
It may help you meet like-minded people, but think of all the people who won’t pick you just because they don’t share that one interest. Researchers were surprised to discover that this usually backfires with both sexes: At worst, people think you’re lying; at best, they think you’re materialistic.
A bad username will not get you any results when it comes to online dating.