What do you say first on a date? Or even better, how do you follow up after the first message on a dating app like Hinge or Tinder? It might seem confusing, but don’t worry…you’re not alone. In this article, I’m going to provide you with research-backed answers based on psychological and sociological studies plus real life examples….
How Does Hinge Work? A Beginner’s Guide
What do you first say on Hinge?
- The first thing you want to write on a Hinge message is a simple Hi!
- Then follow up by asking them if their day is going great so far.
- Ask them what they are up to in their day or what they’re doing that day, and make a joke if you don’t know each other very well yet!
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Matching on Hinge
On Hinge, we match you on a daily basis based on your stated preferences and conversations. You can ask questions about the person in your match card to dig deeper into things that catch your eye or curiosity. Once you have matched, you can message each other to get to know each other better.”
Hinge decides who to show you based on the interests and preferences you give in your profile, as well as those of other users. Our algorithm works in two ways: it looks at your accounts (like Facebook, Instagram and Foursquare), which we can link to your profile — and compares them with user accounts that we can’t link directly.
Hinge a good dating app
Hinge is one of the oldest and most well-known dating apps, with more than 6 million users in the U.S. Like Tinder & Bumble, Hinge focuses on matching up people within your extended social networks, but you also have the option to swipe for friends of friends.
Conneting through Hinge
There are many ways to connect and meet people on the Hinge app. As a member, you can create an account using Facebook or LinkedIn to help the app learn more about you and your interests. Connect with friends who have similar dating preferences and learn from trusted recommendations from other users based on who they matched with.
Age group on Hinge
Hinge is for anyone over the age of 18 who wants to meet new people.
Bumble or Hinge
Hinge is the better version of Bumble. It uses a more intelligent matching algorithm to provide recommendations, has more features and more polished user experience
Guys prefer bumble or Hinge
Guys prefer Hinge, because they have more power over the dating process. They can swipe on any woman of their choice, and whether or not she responds will depend on their attractiveness level. Women must wait for guys to initiate the conversation before they can really get a sense of who this person is.
Searching for someone on Hinge
Hinge does not have a search option for finding people. To connect with someone, you have to swipe through their profile as if it were Tinder. This can make it more difficult for users to find the right match based on age, living area, education level, and interests.
Hinge as a hookup app
Hinge is not a hookup app. It’s a social discovery app that helps you find someone special and meaningful in your city. We do offer features that enable you to see who has already liked you or others nearby, which may lead to some users spending more time on the app than others.
First thing to say Hinge
Hey. Just say hi to a cute person on Hinge. It’s such a great way to connect with new people without any pressure. Say “hi” and you’ll get a reply within 24 hours – that’s it!
Hinge matches expire
Hinge matches are 24 hours long. This means you can engage in a conversation with your match until the time runs out. Afterward, you don’t have to worry about our system matching you with that person again, even if you revisit them!
When you match with someone on Hinge
If you’re matched with someone on Hinge, we know they like you and they match with you. If they also indicate their interest, then your match will become a date.
Worth to pay for Hinge
Whether it’s worth it to pay for Hinge depends on whether you are looking for a serious relationship or just someone to hang out with. If you’re already in a relationship, then paying for Hinge won’t necessarily help you find more matches.