What Works Best On Dating Apps: Andie’s Takeover
Assistant Producer Shannon on The Andie Summers Show needs a dating profile makeover. She’s been on the apps before and experimented with different photos and prompts. Now, we’re helping her figure out what works best. We don’t need our girl to get more matches, rather we want her to get quality matches. How do we achieve that? It’s time for The Andie Summers Show to step in.
What Is Hinge?
Let’s start with what a Hinge profile looks like. Below, you’ll find the layout of the dating app, Hinge. To complete your profile, you must include 6 photos and 3 prompts of your choosing. You can also add in a voice message or a poll. Other users can then like or comment on specific photos or prompts. Unlike Bumble or Tinder, you cannot just “like” the whole profile. Once someone likes or comments on something specific from my profile, you’ll get a notification for a new like. From there, you have the option to respond or reject that person based on their profile. Hinge is the app designed to be deleted, so hopefully the rest is your future love story.
Let’s Make It A Competition
Jeff Kurkjian, Donnie, and I know our girl Shannon the best. We decided to turn this into a competition. Each week, a member of The Andie Summers Show will “take over” Shannon’s profile. She started last week by sprucing up her own profile using tips from XTU Nation. Now it’s my turn. After a week of using my profile, Shannon will calculate all of her matches. Listen to The Andie Summers Show weekday mornings to hear the results.
See more of Julie’s tips here.
Check out my version of Shannon’s profile below.