Think about your age range
There is no such thing as an appropriate or incorrect age range, but it may restrict your match volume.
Consider this scenario: how many matches do you think a 55-year-old man would receive given his age range is set to 18 through 19?
Setting the range higher to view older ladies can be a lot of fun. Setting it significantly lower
Are your photos swipe-worthy?
At its most basic level, Tinder is a very basic and fast-paced software. That means that having just one low-resolution photo can result in a limited number of matches if any at all.
Having several excellent photographs, on the other hand, might help you get more matches on Tinder. They’re the first thing ladies notice when they look at
When it comes to using photographs on Tinder, there are a lot of misconceptions out there.
It’s a pretty basic concept: put your best foot forward and show off your most attractive features. If you have a fantastic sense of humor, funny photos are an excellent choice. Maybe you’re a frequent traveler with some beautiful shots from all around the world.
Don’t add photos of yourself in:
- clothes that aren’t appropriate or don’t match.
- Boring locations abound.
- In group shots, include a lot of more attractive (or boring) pals.
- Activities deemed to be lame.
- Old pixelated pictures.
- Shirtless photographs where it’s obvious you don’t work out.
- And phony photos that shout, “I had to schedule this photo session to get laid.”
How does your bio look?
The way you present yourself on Tinder may have a significant impact on how successful you are.
The most essential factor is to make sure that your bio reflects who you really are. One thing is for certain, whether you use a more comprehensive approach or a short, witty remark, any bio is an improvement over nothing at all.
Swiping on Tinder can be easier with these personality traits. However, having a conversation is most dependent on having a strong bio.
If you want to learn more about how to write an effective Tinder bio, we’ve got you covered.
A Bio Gives a Final Touch
Bio is a small optional description that you can add to your profile, and it allows others to get a sense of who you are as a person by describing whatever photos can’t accurately portray.
Because it’s optional, many people skip this section because they use cheesy and cringe-inducing quips and sayings that have become obsolete over time.
Many users choose to fill it out because they understand the impact it may have.
It simply adds to your profiles and provides more detail. Your bio may be up to 500 characters long, which is roughly a few paragraphs.
If you want to include it, make sure it’s well-considered and free of grammatical and spelling errors.
The dreaded shadowban
Have you ever noticed that as soon as you reset Tinder, the quality of your matches improves? That’s because when a new person signs up on Tinder, it often gives them a boost for the first few hours.
When a 7/10 guy registers, for example, Tinder will show him 8s, 9s, and maybe 10s to swipe on in order to keep him interested (who is still oblivious about his rate)
If the ladies do not match him, he will be given a score of 6 and sent girls with scores comparable to his own. If those 8s, 9s, and 10s swipe right on him, his Tinder rating will rise and the app will deliver him more individuals who matched with him. So there’s a catch, right?
Some guys exploited the supposed “bug” and started deleting and creating accounts in an attempt to get better matches. What did Tinder do? These individuals were banned without being informed.
They continued to use the app, some even paid for premium, but it caused their ratings to be so bad that they didn’t receive decent matches, not even average ones.
And the worst part is that these people were never notified of their ban until they noticed their friends having the same trouble.
YOU MIGHT BE USING THE WRONG APP
We consider of Tinder as a game of chance, and a lack of matches is simply bad luck. That couldn’t be further from the truth, but I believe that’s an excellent thing. We no longer have to accept lady luck’s whims since we may influence the outcome.
There can be no dispute that Tinder is quite popular, but it isn’t always the greatest option for you (or even a viable one). Before you devote lots of time and energy into your Tinder profile, think about your alternatives.
There has been a lot of research done on Tinder over the past year or two and it’s become clear that the best looking 10-15% of men get 80-90% of the attention from the women on Tinder. That’s just nuts! If you’re not in that group don’t be surprised if things have been rough for you.
What To Do If You’re Getting No Matches On Tinder
So, you’ve tried Tinder and haven’t found any matches? That’s not the end of the world. We’ve all been there before, so we know what works and what doesn’t. For nearly six months, I was shadow-banned, and all
I could match with were psychos or guys who appeared to be getting played on purpose.
Below, are a few good ways to help you overcome the online trap and get more matches on Tinder in a very short time.
1. Never terminate your Tinder account more than two times.
The more delete your Tinder acount, the more likely you are to be shadow-banned.
If you think your Tinder profile is poor and want more/better matches, improve it by building a stronger one and/or investing in a boost or two every other week.
These will enough for you to get a steady flow of dates over time.
If you believe that you have been shadow-banned on Tinder, the only solution is to deactivate your account and sign up again.
How to delete Tinder;
- Delete Tinder permanently and for good.
- Delete all of the photos you used in your previous Tinder profile (Tinder keeps track of them using its face recognition technology).
- Replace your old sim card with a new one.
- If you’re using a different credit card, use it.
- If you linked your prior Tinder account with one or both of them, you’ll need to create a new Facebook and/or Instagram account.
People claim you’ll need a new phone, but no evidence supports it, so follow the guidelines I just offered. Sounds like a lot of work? It is. But that’s the only way to improve your Tinder rating and get better matches.
2. Improve your photography
Duh!!! To obtain unbiased feedback on your Tinder photographs, ask women to evaluate them or utilize a tool like PhotoFeeler (the premium version) (the free version is limited).
If they say the photos are ineffective, read our most recent article on how to choose the best pictures for your Tinder profile before booking a photo shoot with a reputable photographer.
Consider working out, losing weight, grooming your hair/beard, and updating your wardrobe in order to appear better in the new images.
Your photos should convey that you’re:
- Good looking: You don’t need to look like a model to get women on Tinder. I used to see guys from Tinder before I ever had my six-pack. It’s all about finding the right angle for your shot and presenting yourself in such a manner that she believes you take care of yourself. Dressing well also improves your overall score. A well-groomed face with a nice tux can certainly boost your score. Women prefer high-status men, and if you can make your photos speak value to them, you’ll never hear the end of it on Tinder.
- A possible suitor: Some females will insist on dating a guy who makes more money than she does, while others won’t mind as long as you look nice and cool. Guys that get a lot of matches over time handle this provider function by displaying status. This could be anything from simply wearing a nice suit to taking a picture in a classy restaurant or bar. You may also include a photo with your pet dog or cat. Because if you’re good enough to raise a dog, you’re good enough to be around children, animal photos give the impression of safety and the ability to provide.
- She doesn’t want to go out with a serial murderer, so donning a pimp costume in your photographs will lower your score without you even realizing it. One of the reasons you’re wailing, “why am I not getting matches on Tinder?!” is because you don’t smile in your pictures.
When a lady informed me she wouldn’t go out with me until I sent her a photo of my teeth (lol!), I realized it one day while standing in line for coffee (lol!). She said she was concerned that if I didn’t smile much in my photographs, I may have crooked teeth.
3. Consider using other alternatives
As I stated, Tinder is fantastic, but it isn’t the only option. Other locations, such as Bumble, Hinge, and eHarmony, can also help you meet beautiful women. Here’s a list of the top online dating sites and apps for meeting attractive people in your area.
4. Premium can be the way to go.
Is it worth it to pay for Tinder Gold? It all depends on your definition of “worth it.” Although Tinder is usually free, investing money in the software may provide you with a number of useful features.
“Help me out here,” it says. And nine times out of ten, Tinder delivers. So if you believe that your dating profile has been overlooked in favor of males who can quickly obtain matches, we recommend purchasing.
There are many factors that can affect why you’re not getting matches on Tinder. In this article, we walked you through some of the things you can do to improve your experience on the app.
We recommend taking a look at your profile, improving your photography skills, you bio and your texting behavior. If you follow our advice, you should start seeing more matches in no time!