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This may sound obvious, but if you have spent a significant amount of time online, this is not a no-brainer. Crop a photo from the last wedding you went to." It takes 62 muscles to frown, but only 26 to smile. "Girls are already weary of meeting a guy online so make her feel comfortable by posting a photo of you with a smile," Goldstein says. Share your online dating tips with us in the comments below.
But don't leave the photo category empty, either: Two-thirds of respondents to the My Life survey reported that they wouldn't date someone without any pictures.
It's all about the first impression, mainly because people have little choice but to judge you by your photo and limited information listed in your profile.
Here are seven ways you can improve your chances of finding a match on Tinder — or any dating service, really.
If your thumb hurts from constantly browsing Tinder, the addictive dating app, you're not alone — it boasts of a membership of about 20 million. Cycle through potential partners, and click the green heart on profiles of those you're interested in.
Otherwise, click a red "X," and you'll move on to the next profile.Photos with your horse, exotic lion or tiger may cool and impressive, but they have nothing to do with dating.When photo after photo shows you with animals, it sends the wrong message. Answering every question with one sentence and a period doesn't communicate "I am cool and aloof." It screams "I am uninterested and self-absorbed." Especially if you know that ellipsis will show up on your crush's phone. Being fit is cool and all, but let your fitness speak for itself. This may send the impression he's more more into his own body than a potential partner's, according to Goldstein.