Are Dating Apps Worth trying?

First of all, dating apps can be addictive. The simple act of swiping left or right almost becomes instinctual. A collection of faces, poses, and taglines slip by in the space of less than a second. With so many profiles, it can be hard to judge people as real individuals on the other side of a screen.


Online dating can have its moments, much like face-to-face dating, but, if you’re sensible online and follow the same precautions you’d take when meeting any stranger, it can lead to something and be a fulfilling experience.





If you decide to try dating apps, do not just choose those that are reputable. Some have the same people for years and trying new ones are worth it, because it will attract a completely new crowd and sometimes more serious people than the regular Tinder, Bumble, Facebook dating, and Hinge. Trust your instincts when talking to new people and, if you do decide to meet up, take sensible precautions, such as checking to see if the person you’ve been speaking to has social media profiles, arranging to meet them in a public place, and telling people where you’re going and when.


I personally only chose apps that seemed applicable to my life and my interests. Said James a talents manager based in LA. Some of them are free, some of them cost money, and all of them are going to help me find love, right?





Creating a good profile


I would make your first picture something where you’re smiling and looking like you’re having fun. The rest of the pictures you can do whatever. The first picture is the initial impression. I’ve studied a lot of psychology. When viewing that first picture, a lot of information will go through the brain. What you’re wearing, what your face is doing (happy/fun/sad/etc.) so you want to always make that first picture what you want others to see you as. I would also take the picture of you holding beer off of your page. Women on the app a lot of the time just don’t want to see that. Most men on dating apps are only looking for hookups and alcohol gives the impression that you are into the hook-up culture.


On another note; you would want to make your bio a bit shortened and more casual. Maybe something like “here to have fun!” or “life of the party”. When looking for hookups, generally people don’t want to get to know each other on a personal level. Your search for looks and that’s about it. I also wouldn’t say anything about enforcing masks because that will most likely cut your playing field in half.





If you’re looking for something serious then the mask comment is perfect to put in there. It shows others what you view this virus as. A lot of people out there don’t agree with the mask mandates so it’ll weed out quite a bit of people.


Should I pay for online dating?


"When I started researching the various online dating platforms", said Nina, "I was naturally drawn to those that were already well established". The great thing about these platforms is that they provide you with not only the service of meeting hundreds, even thousands of candidates, but they also provided a useful blog to help guide you and answer your questions about this whole online dating space. These resources are invaluable and key to your success.


I believe that when people invest in themselves, no matter what amount, they tend to take that certain task seriously. Let’s face it, even if it is a negligible amount, it adds up pretty quickly over the years. Although there were always exceptions, some don’t mind-blowing hundreds of dollars a year just to pass the time and stroke their egos. But those folks you simply avoid.

I believe that paying for online dating definitely does have its advantages as I found my Husband in one of the three online dating sites I was paying for.





Online dating is definitely worth it!

I’m an online dating coach, and so I’ve helped a lot of people have success with dating apps and dating websites. On the personal side of it, I found my boyfriend a few years ago on Plenty of Fish, and we couldn’t be happier. So, it’s definitely possible!


It all comes down to a few things. First, your attitude about it. Second, you have to have a good profile and know how to approach and communicate with the people you match with. And then you need to be able to read the “red flags” that are in people’s profiles. If you learn how to do that well, then you will avoid a lot of time-wasting people. Be ready to meet and not just exchange endless texts or phone calls.