Ditch the selfies and post more candid photos of yourself. Upload photos that show more of your personality and of you doing different activities. You'll get at least 60% more attention if people know you have a sense of humor.
Don't be mysterious, after all, you're trying to put yourself out there and have people know who you are in order to date you.
Show them all the fun and interesting things you do in life.
You might think it's artsy, but other people might think it's boring and unappealing.
Only 19% of people want to see you with a mod two-toned filter.
Finding someone to love in New York City—or anywhere else—is sometimes a challenge.
People try to connect with friends of friends and go on arranged blind dates, but don't click with anyone.That's when people try a more modern approach to love: dating apps. Some people have found the love of their life; others have horror stories to tell for a lifetime.However, if you decide to play the game of dating online, be warned, there are some rules to follow.Dating app "Happn" surveyed 1,000 people and asked them what type of photos made them interested in another person and which ones are an immediate turn-off.Using their statistics and other sites' the Daily News put together a list of dos and don'ts that you should follow to increase your matches online: Sure, people like a little sexy, but it shouldn't be the first impression they get from you.Only 12% of people are intrigued by overly seductive photos.