Updated: August 12, 2022
Writing a Tinder profile, Bumble bio, or description on any swiping app is different from other dating sites that ask you to write longer descriptions or answer specific questions. So how should you go about it? And how can you write a good profile without having to put a ton of effort into it?
1. Little things make a big difference.
When it comes to dating profiles, the tip that can make the biggest difference is adding details. With so many people and profiles out there, you want to stand out. You may like hiking, but everyone likes hiking, so say what hike you love, or give a short anecdote about a time you got lost on trail. Or better yet, don’t talk about hiking at all and pull details from other parts of your life.
2. Greater than/less than.
A quick way to create an interesting profile, is to use the greater than/less than trick. List out sets of random things you have an opinion about, and say which you think is best. And the more absurd or seemingly trivial, the better. Your profile should show the weird, unique things about you, so instead of saying what your job is, or that you like to travel, get random.
3. Make it about the other person too.
Ok, so you’re bio is your bio, it should be about you. But adding something (even if it’s a small something) about the other person who’s reading it shows that you’re not self-involved and are already thinking about them. It can also be a way to flirt, say something sweet, and make someone smile at they tap that little heart button.
If you want a bio that’s short, scannable, and fun to read make a list. It makes your description look more approachable than a large block of text. List out things you like, things you’ve done, or even things you’ve never done. Lists are easy to write and effective.
5. Let your freak flag fly.
If you’ve been on dating apps for a while it gets boring reading the same things about hiking, traveling, working, spending time with family and friends… These aren’t bad things (I love these things, we all do) but they’re universal things and they don’t help someone \get to know you. Don’t be afraid to get a little weird and random.
6. About You/About Me
Here’s an easy template for a Tinder profile—organize your thoughts into shore About Me/About You sections. Just list a few interesting details about you, then a few things about the type of person you’re into. About Me: I love stinky cheese, the smell of dog paws, and going camping by myself for my birthday every year. About You: You have a dog, know how to give as good as you get, and don’t mind crashing my (lack of a) birthday party. Try it!
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