PLUS Master copywriter Ted Nicholas found a good headline can perform up to 28% better when framed in quotation marks.
By Judith Silverstein, Michael Lasky In addition to displaying a screen name, many online-dating sites allow you to display a phrase, called a tagline.
Within that same time frame, women's response rates dropped just 5 percent.
Hinge's in-house copy writers and data science and product team wrote the sample messages, Fein said; in response, Hinge measured whether these opening lines got responses and how quickly, but the app didn't study the content of those responses. Men, for example, were 98 percent more likely to respond when a match sent "an assertive match," such as an invitation to drinks; women are 40 percent more likely to respond to messages about food.
(Which reminds me: In person, we're more likely to be interested in you on a full stomach.)Men have shorter attention spans than women.
A nice quantifiable return on attention invested goes a long way toward getting her to check you out, and as long as you deliver with a quality profile, you’ll have a happy girl on your hands. First, it presents the girl with a third party endorsement of you. So you’ve been single for awhile and wanting to fall in love. Don’t take anything too personal and enjoy yourself.
Girls are curious by nature, use words to intrigue them, and you may also incorporate ellipsis (That’s the little dots at the end…) to build suspense or even tension. (Even if it’s funny & obviously not true) Second, it capitalizes on the fact that girls like to know what other people say. There was something very special about about a few of these Online Dating Headlines. To really kick it up a notch mix several of these rules & you’ll get a headline that is just about impossible for her NOT to click on!