Online dating waiting game

But they can take control of the dates by saying “dinner,” “drinks,” or “lunch” and see 73% more replies to their profiles.

Regardless of your gender, spelling counts, with “teh,” “ur,” “cuz,” “im” and “u” dinging daters with 13% fewer replies.

“People who want to date women, whether that’s men or women, seem to be more concerned about authenticity and is this person heavily filtering this picture,” says Braley.

But for men, she wonders if they are lacking skills in the art of the selfie.

Forget your friends Including your besties in your profile pics is also a big no-no.

First off, would they approve of being outed as your sidekick?

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According to 2014 data, Zoosk says women are most active between 10 and 11 p.m., while men hit their inbox between 9 and 10 a.m.

“So many dating products today, including our Carousel product, are heavily reliant on first impressions,” says Braley.

“Certainly as your main profile photo you really want to avoid it.” And if you’re a cat person, or you happen to roll with man’s best friend, it’s even worse.

“We do see a lot of men’s profiles that have been quickly put together,” says Braley.

“Women really reward the guys who take the time to get outside, get a friend to take a picture of them, and put in a little bit of extra effort.” Women, on the other hand, are advised to keep it inside, because outdoor photos decreased their messages received by 40%.

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