Tips for chatting on dating sites
Here’s a comparison so you can see how signalling works: Which guy do you think she’d rather spend time with?
(Spoiler alert: it’s not the couch napper.)The secret lies in evolution – that's right, we're talking Darwin, survival of the fittest, alpha male theory.
As long as it’s not a selfie, it’s obvious you were there with at least one other person, right?
But you can still convey success by choosing a picture of you at a nice club, restaurant, or other “luxurious” surroundings. You don’t want to look like you’re bragging, and survey data indicates that 81% of singles want to see casual photos showing your everyday life. But when you're choosing a photo, keep a sharp eye on the surroundings.
What you AREN'T is the guy in the background, watching the action go down around you. If you’re hiking with a small group of friends, you’d want to be the one leading the way.
You're the captain of the ship, the one in the driver's seat, the guy making the toast… This almost goes without saying, but make sure you’re the hottest one in the frame of any group photo you choose.
A picture of you dressed nicely at a rooftop bar, a restaurant on the beach, or a yacht could have the same effect.
But avoid the cliché pictures of you rocking a rented tux at a wedding. You want to convey that you look this good all the time.