8 GREAT TIPS TO START A CONVERSATION
8 GREAT TIPS TO START A CONVERSATION ON DATING APPS
Name something more heartbreaking than having hundreds of matches on Tinder but not a single one of them message you. Or spending the whole Sunday swiping but never finding a mate. It’s an ultimate heartbreak. With dating apps there is so much to think about. You have to perfect your bio, pick the best pictures, try and master your way through confusing algorithms—that’s before you’ve even managed to get to what you should and shouldn’t do when talking to people. But, does anyone really know how to start a conversation on dating app?
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FIRST, KEEP YOUR OPENING MESSAGE SHORT
A lot of people overly invest their time and energy into sending a message and custom-tailoring it, but at the end of the day, it’s truly a numbers game online. You should keep in mind that the person you're reaching out to could be getting lots of messages (especially on Bumble, where the woman has to initiate the convo).
That's why we recommend keeping your message short and sweet—no one wants to respond to a paragraph. Make it playful and slightly personal as:
“Howdy! You seem…” or “You look fun! How’s your week going?”
ASK ABOUT WHERE THEY’RE FROM
When engaging with someone for the first time, it’s important to signal you're interested in them. As in actually interested, not just trying to fill a void of having someone to text. This means learning more about where they're from and what makes them... them.
The safest question to ask is, “Where are you from originally?” because everyone is from somewhere. Other starters might include:
“How long have you lived in...?” or “Wow, a true Texas native. Are you a football fanatic?”
WHEN IN DOUBT, STICK TO THE BASICS
If someone has a dreadfully bare profile, you're feeling particularly nervous, or you're just drawing up a blank on the right conversation starter—relax. Take the pressure off yourself and go with an easy Q that can actually tell you quite a bit about a person, based on their cultural interests, like:
“What’s your favorite film genre?” or “Where is the last place you traveled to?”
ASK ABOUT THEIR HOBBIES AND INTERESTS
This is a pretty simple one, but it's the Tinder conversation gold. Most people will post photos of themselves doing something they love or write about their interests in the main bio. People want someone who signals investment to them. And we agree that being interested in someone’s hobbies is a great way to do that (especially if you're lucky enough to have a few in common).
KNOW THAT IT’S OKAY TO TEASE THEM A BIT
There are plenty of people on dating apps sending "Hey" and "Hi" messages, which is why yours could be easily overlooked. We suggest you to make your first message stand out. Teasing someone is a great way to differentiate yourself. Those of you who are naturally sarcastic might have to be careful with this one. The teases should still express interest and come off as playful and flirty—not judgmental.
Pick on details like:
“You said you hated ice cream? I need details.”
FEEL FREE TO GIVE COMPLIMENTS
It's okay to compliment someone if they're doing something really cool in their profile. Stick to general compliments rather than physical ones (for obvious reasons). General compliments also leave room for more of an open conversation. Try something like:
“Whoa, you went skiing in Switzerland?! You must be quite an athlete.”
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IN-APP FEATURES FOR A GOOD CONVERSATION STARTER
Many people forget that the app has its own features that make it easier for people to connect. Check out a match's embedded Spotify playlist or latest Instagram post. And no, it's not creepy to do! People spend a lot of time thinking, “what do I say about myself?” and they're putting it out there publicly". So don't be silly—use it.
Go with something like:
“You mentioned you love The Strokes (or any other band). A bit old school, but I dig that too! Have you seen them live?”
DON’T FORGET TO AVOID SOME COMMON MISTAKES
We agree that you don't need to get into super deep issues on the first date, let alone the first opening message. Remember: you're still feeling out if you have chemistry, so there are some bridges you can cross a little later. Keep the conversation light and fun, but also avoid anything that could come across as creepy (see: body compliments).
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