The result: a set of rules for what you should and shouldn’t say when introducing yourself. Let’s go: Netspeak, bad grammar, and bad spelling are huge turn-offs.Our negative correlation list is a fool’s lexicon: was also a successful word, but much less so (33%).In the case of meeting matches the information you have gleaned from each other’s profile is all you have to go on at the beginning.
” or some other generic line that probably gets copied and pasted to dozens of people at once. Hinge came out with results from having asked users, 8 million impressions' worth through in-app testing over one month, which opening lines they'd use.
As we all know, people normally like compliments, but when they’re used as pick-up lines, before you’ve even met in person, they inevitably feel…ew.
Besides, when you tell a woman she’s beautiful, chances are you’re not.
Although the data shows this advice holds true for both sexes, it’s mostly directed at guys, because they are way more likely to talk about looks.
You might think that words like are nice things to say to someone, but no one wants to hear them.
Maybe they set a more casual tone that people prefer, though I have to say, You had me at ‘what’s up’ doesn’t quite have the same ring to it.