I like a lot of stuff on Facebook, and the way that Tinder displays mutual interests with people you match with is pretty cool," says Hawver.
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"After reading that piece of advice I started using more smiley and winky face emoticons to convey a more friendly, possibly flirtatious tone."In general, Hawver says to keep messages interesting and not overly flirtatious. Mix it up with your photos: Make sure your photos reflect a full life. If you match with somebody that you want to talk to, take a look at the interests you have in common and start a conversation based on common interests ...
Some of Hawver's suggestions include having photos of yourself in an outdoor setting, with friends, in casual clothes and also in formal wear. Comment on if they’re doing an activity on their photos. Hawver says never write anything sexual: "You'll probably get blocked right away." “What do you do? ” Strangers ask each other these seemingly innocent questions all the time at bars, but the underlying meaning is clear: Are you intelligent for me to be interested?
"Definitely try to get a full-body photo," he says. Do you have a high-enough-status job that I want to continue talking to you?
I don't want to swipe right to just anyone who I have a Facebook friend with in case I don't really want to chat with that person." Hawver says it's much easier for him to swipe right on everyone than it is to be selective.
"I at least know that the people I'm matching with - the majority of them are willing to talk to me so I can say yes or no pretty quickly," he says.
"I don't want to take the time to look back and forth and figure out if I want to talk to someone if there's no chance of them responding to me." Hawver says it's "definitely" more efficient this way. "Like" a lot of things on Facebook: Hawver says liking a lot of pages on Facebook increases the number of talking points and common interests you have with other Tinder users."I like restaurants; I like authors; I like publications.James Hawver, 29, is an online dating master on both Ok Cupid (he was profiled in New York Magazine for having one of the most popular Ok Cupid profiles) and on Tinder. Well, Hawver says he gets 50 matches a day on Tinder."I literally delete 96 to 97 percent of the matches," he admits.The Manhattan-based real estate agent gave us his tips on putting your best Tinder profile forward. Always swipe right: "I pretty much swipe right to everyone," explains Hawver."The only thing I sort of pay attention to while I swipe right pretty fast is if I have a Facebook friend in common with anyone - then I'll stop and see who our friend is.