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Then, 22 percent of Hinge users received various conversation-starters to choose from and the study was underway.
What Hinge found out about the best opening messages can benefit daters everywhere, so keep it in mind next time you're on a swiping spree and later need to (actually) start messaging people.
You don't just want to do what so many people out there seem to do and write, “Hey” or “What's up?
“Everyday, the Hinge team is asked if we know the secret to starting a great conversation that will actually lead somewhere. Since it’s our mission to help users move beyond the swipe, to connect over something interesting and to ultimately meet up — we decided to find out,” Karen Fein, Hinge’s VP of Marketing, said in the press release announcing the results. Their copywriters and data analysts wrote up over 100 original openers (which varied in subject matter, structure, and length).
Studies shows that people like people who are similar to them. If she’s philosophical, try your best to be philosophical as well.