I sent him a message, and Blake encouraged me to run a Tinder hack myself.
On a random afternoon, a sick and twisted little girl decided that she didn’t have enough men hating her yet, so she tried an experiment on Tinder—inspired by a Medium post by Blake Jamieson.
Seventeen hours later, she got over 2,015 Tinder matches.
That sick and twisted little girl was me, now the most-hated woman in Toronto.
One of the biggest reasons why I am good at what I do is my lack of experience.
I don’t know the rules, therefore I think there is no box, and push things beyond their limits.
I do crazy things on various social networks all the time, to find loopholes and tricks.
Some people call it “gaming the system,” I call it experimenting.
It was love at first sight when I came across Blake’s blog post.
It’s not the first time I’ve written a blog post that is going to upset a lot of people.
Feel free to hate me for leading people on and exploiting the platform for my social experiment. If they don’t take an action now, the profile may be gone forever. You will need to design a very creative campaign that is not “in your face.” It should be more content marketing, and less advertising.
Keep in mind, if you hate me, you will have to carry me everywhere. Life is just too short to pretend to be someone else and bury my thoughts. That is how I started my new social experiment, the Tinder-hack. When I created the fake Facebook account for the Tinder experiment, I liked all the popular pages from the suggested list. I had a short bio, link to my blog, and the tagline, “Searching for my Tinderfella.” On Tinder, swiping right is how you “like” people. Tinder users know about spam ads on the platform and they hate them.