Ultimate Advice and the Secret of Tinder
The main thing is to remember that not only you choose, you're chosen too. Want to be swiped back by hot guys more often? Rewrite your profile to include information about yourself. Our practice shows that many people forget this simple fact and write things they don't like, complaints about bad matches, or, for example, millions of jokes about sex. By the way, the last one says that the person either has problems with sex or is obsessed with it. Another mistake is to only include links to social media. Most likely, you're looking at a god-given marketer who creates traffic for his pages, and he's not interested in dating at all. Tinder isn't an evil app; you just need to understand how it works.
In the article "The Tinder Algorithm, Explained," published on Vox in 2019, the secret of the app was revealed. It appears that Tinder's users have a rating. The more a user is swiped left, the lower his rate falls. According to the rating, users are offered a person with the same rating. And have you noticed that the majority of your matches are attractive but have interests other than yours? Tinder only considers appearance, age, and location in the selection process. It means there will be no sugar daddies and only guys your age.
The employee of a similar dating app explained how it came to be that the farther away, the worse the selection of partners.
"Hypothetically, if you were to swipe on enough thousands of people, you could go through everyone. That kind of highlights a different problem of, if you're on an app where you're doing swiping and you're going through people one at a time… you're talking about a line of people and we put the best options up front. It actually means that every time you swipe, the next choice should be a little bit worse of an option. So, the longer you're on an app, the worse the options get." © "Why do you Super Like people on Tinder?" (The Verge, 2017)
The conclusion is that you don't need to spend infinite time on Tinder; about five matches are enough. Work smarter, dear, not harder.