Generic dating emails
"That said, there are also openers that do far worse than 'Hey, what’s up.' ...The poorest performers are typically negative or pessimistic in tone."Matches tend to respond to different types of questions, depending on their age, according to Hinge's study. (No one likes those.) Instead, talk about food: Hinge's report found that women are 40 percent more likely to reply to a message regarding food or culinary trends.It sure would make writing this more entertaining, and reading it would be much more fun too. Maybe the rock-star lifestyle would be fun, but I don't want to live that life and a girl that's looking for that is not for me.I could tell you about all the exotic cities and expensive hotels I've stayed at while being on tour. While my story might be Rolling Stone worthy, I do work hard, pay my bills, enjoy the company of my friends & family ...
As far as response rates go, “Hey” performs at average, while “Hey, what’s up” performs at 4 percent above average."We’re aiming to help users do better than average, and are thus showing examples of the types of things that do better than a generic opener," Karen Fein, Hinge’s vice president of marketing, told The Huffington Post.
Hinge published a report Thursday on the best ways to start a conversation with your matches and improve your chances of getting a response.
The report is the result of a month-long experiment, during which members of the Hinge team crafted over 100 different openers and let a small portion of its users access them.
while enjoying myself like I was a rock-star on tour.
Family and friends are most important to me in life.