DON’T forget who you’re trying to impress While photos can be a huge help, a bad photo can also be a real hindrance.Women tend to avoid guys that upload photos of themselves in big groups of mates, holding beer cans or flexing their muscles in the bathroom.What if you accidentally swipe ‘no thanks’ when you meant to ‘green heart’ someone? Not so great for: Someone who desperately believes in soulmates and hopes they will magically appear in the palm of their hand via their phone.Whilst some will be more legitimately looking for love than others, the very nature of the app makes random hook-ups and bragging rights very easy.
In the same way, women tend to upload their own awkward selfies, pulling ‘duck face’, wearing large sunglasses and too much make up – all things that frustrate men who just want to see what the woman really looks like! Once you locate the singles in your area, you can narrow your search by preferences and start chatting. While these few rules are aimed to help you navigate your way through summer, remember that online dating is supposed to be fun.DO upload new photos You can tell a lot about someone within seconds of looking at their profile picture, so it’s no surprise that photos are the single most important part of any online dating profile for both men and women.Make sure your profile is full of great quality, recent photos of yourself looking great – and that means smiling and having a good time.So be yourself, keep your profile fresh and get involved!Meeting your match in real life or online is so 2012.
But if that’s what you’re looking for, good luck to you. Fancied is an Australian-based dating app launched 4 weeks ago and already boasts thousands of ‘fancies’ nationally.