You spent the 12 seconds it takes to download Bumble, and now you’re staring at the app’s instructions for setting up your profile, wondering how the heck you’re going to squeeze an entire life into 6 pictures and 300 characters…They didn’t teach you how to do this in school, did they? Attractive photos and an attention-grabbing bio will entice her to send you a message, and that’s your only shot at getting a date – so putting time into your profile is CRUCIAL. Your primary photo is your first (if not only) opportunity to catch her eye. Here are 3 tips on choosing your strongest Bumble profile pictures, courtesy of advice from Tinder’s expert sociologist Dr. Carbino based her advice on the results of a recent study where Tinder analyzed 12,000 profile photos of users between the ages of 18-40 in 3 major cities, but the data will no doubt serve you well on Bumble, too.
Bumble ups the ante even further by requiring women to send the first message – so you can’t even rely on your great opening lines to start a conversation. Here’s the good news: Bumble has a pretty equal ratio of male to female users, which is quite rare for a dating app. These 5 Bumble profile tips will get her swiping right and writing you first! Because unlike Tinder, Bumble users have to swipe through ALL your photos before checking out your profile text. A good profile photo shows you, and only you, looking your very best. If you aren’t sure which photo you should lead with, use Photo Feeler to narrow down your selection to the 3-6 photos that get the best feedback.
Try a question along these lines in your profile: Here’s another example of how to incorporate a challenge question into your Bumble profile: Message exchanges on dating apps tend to be faster paced than on dating sites.
You want to lock in the number or the date before she deletes her account, or loses interest – and that typically means returning her messages within 24 hours, max.
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It’s kinda like “that girl” at the club who sees you approaching and gives you “the back” before you’ve even opened your mouth. Bumble’s made that possible in the world of mobile dating, and that’s why it can really go wrong if you don’t get your photos right. This is your chance to show her you’re confident, approachable, and as attractive as possible.
Bumble makes uploading photos a breeze, but make sure you check out the final result. The app automatically pulls the middle segment of each one, so be sure you’re not getting cropped out of your own pics – especially the primary one.
If you thought Tinder’s 500-character limit presented a challenge, get ready for Bumble’s 300-character limit.
Sure, we’ve given you that will elevate your Bumble game – but as with anything worth doing, you’ve got to put in the effort.
However, if you’re short on time or if you’re not certain how to properly implement these strategies to meet women on Bumble, we can help.