Give yourself a couple of days with each new setting and see whether that affects your response rate before changing it back and testing the next setting.This is one of the few times it’s worth shelling out to boost your profile’s prominence on the site; the higher visibility makes it easier to test the changes to your profile.Photos are the first line of interest when it comes to dating profiles; if nobody is visiting your profile, then the odds are that your primary photo is simply not eye-catching enough.It may be awkwardly cropped, making it look like you’re trying to hide an ex. You may have more than one person in the photo, leaving people confused as to which one is you. As I said earlier, the best primary photo is a clear shot of your head and shoulders.Following that, make sure you’re not repelling people with some common mistakes.Revising your profile is a good idea in general, but if you’re getting next to no (or any) visitors and responses, then something in there is likely turning them off.Despite being more popular than ever, online dating still remains a potential minefield for social etiquette and self-esteem.
Ok Cupid spent years positioning itself as as social network as well as a dating site.
If you’re on Ok Cupid, consider ditching your questions and starting over to help increase potential compatibility scores.
If all of this still doesn’t work, then it’s time to start doing some A/B testing to try to narrow in on the problem. Give yourself an extra inch or two (but not three) in height or shave a couple years off your age. This is the one time I’m giving you permission to fudge the truth a little; this is being done in the name of science.
It’s even understandable that you might feel a looking at other potential options. Of course, the big question is: are they flirting with other people?
Sure, intellectually you know you’re not exclusive and it’s far too early to even think about it. People log into their profiles for a number of reasons: to clear out old messages, to read messages from people who’ve written to them and say “no thanks”, to continue conversations with people they were talking with before.