To put your best face forward, here's what surveys, scientific studies, and psychology have taught us about perfecting the profile picture.
Irrespective of the gender and orientation, the chances of increasing profile traffic depends on the pictures that display the personal interest of the person—their sense of humor, hobbies, interest, pets, etc.In the world of online dating, it's hard to convince your prospective significant other that you're not a creep if your profile picture is a selfie taken in your ill-lit bathroom.I mean they're pushed on us around every electronic corner. But, being from Mars, guys are more visual and everyone knows that right?Images have a greater impact on us than words, so if we cant get past the first photo -- GAME OVER. Dedicate one of your photos exclusively to your pet.Zoosk, analyzing a sample of about 4,000 subscribers, discovered that men who posted selfies received 8 percent fewer messages than those who didn't.
(Disclaimer: Some data has shown the opposite to be true, so take this with a grain of salt.) To the left, to the left A Wake Forest University study determined that photos that showed the left side of the face were viewed as more pleasant than those that showed the right.
Back in the day, people sound their dating partner or lover through friends or at parties or in the pubs or nightclubs, but those who weren’t necessarily into the social scene found it more difficult to meet the love of their life.
For those people, dating apps come to rescue by allowing them to meet a partner and extended their virtual relationship into a real-time relationship.
“Which one are you,” your suitors will wonder, “The blonde, the redhead, or the dog?
” Zoosk’s study also turned up what is arguably the single most baffling online dating statistic of all time.
The body language of the person in that profile picture impacts how they are perceived.