The 13 biggest mistakes you make on dating apps – and how to stop


Raise your hand if you have a hundred matches, on dating apps, that you’ve never talked to. It is a common habit, and probably due to the embarrassment of choice.
Relationship coach and creator of the dating site A Little Nudge, it’s just one of the different ways to harm yourself when looking for great love. These are not rules, but rather tested and approved methods. “So if something works 99% of the time, I will recommend it. You will always find that 1% and it happens, but I prefer to put the odds on your side.”
Most of the mistakes made are surprisingly simple. Go down to see how concerned you are.

1. Don’t write a bio


You may think that writing nothing on your profile makes you look like a distant and mysterious person. In reality, you just look boring and give more reasons for your potential favorites to sweep to the left (which means “no thanks”).
You can write a few words about what you do for a living, two truths, and a lie. Everything and anything is better than nothing at all.


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