“You’re 203 percent more likely to get messages when you have one full body shot,” Davis advises.
Be sure to include pictures that show what your life is like when you’re not just sitting around your living room taking selfies.
Play it cool: People tend to word-vomit exactly what they’re looking for in their bios: a life partner or someone to cuddle with at night.
The weather also plays a factor: It is “cuffing season,” after all, the time of year when humans are more apt to want to stay in and cuddle up.
Your odds are even better on Sundays: Add perusing dating apps into your “easing into the week day” Sunday night routine. on Sunday night is the average peak of traffic for Ok Cupid, a.k.a.
“If they use a smiley face in a message, their response rate drops 66 percent.” Ouch, what gives?
According to Davis, women look for confidence in a man, and relying on emoji to show emotions doesn’t exude confidence. According to Davis, when women use a smiley face in their profile, it will increase messages by 60 percent.
“For women, when they use emoji, it comes across as being warmer.” Davis, however, warns women to avoid use of flowers, hearts or any emoji that seem lovey-dovey.